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Posted By : jenagade - 9/5/2016 10:11 PM
Is tingling something that can come with migraines? I noticed with my last migraine that I got tingling in my fingers, toes and lips, it seemed to get worse as the migraine pain got worse, and better when the pain went down.

Posted By : BnotAfraid - 9/7/2016 12:36 PM
Guess it is possible.

I get it on the top of my head. I refer to it as the creepy crawlies.

I would mention it to your doctor though at the earliest convencience so you know something else is not causing it.

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Trina
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Posted By : Bluepaint813 - 9/18/2016 8:43 AM
I get tingling at the end of my fingertips if I consume sodium phosphate. Another migraineur had posted that this common baking soda replacement/preservative will cause hypocalcemia which causes the tingling in the lips and fingers.

After I cut sodium phosphate from my diet, I stopped having daily headaches and those other symptoms that followed like the tingling in the fingers, right sided numbness, neck pain, muscle cramps, and confusion.

Before I became pregnant, I mostly ate fresh fruits and veggies, milk, eggs, and sandwiches with cheese & deli meat (all organic with no preservatives like nitrates or sulfates).

If I find myself weak and want to consume my husband's aunt's famous pies at Thanksgiving, I drink a glass of milk beforehand and another during to lessen the impact of the migraine.

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