Anyone ever had tingling in a foot while exercising?

tabby9146
By tabby9146 Latest Reply 2011-04-10 00:17:20 -0500
Started 2011-04-05 18:38:15 -0500

I've had this only two or three times in the two plus years since diagnosis. Right now I am controlled by diet and exercise pretty well, the last time was the other day on the treadmill in the middle of fast walking! This seems so strange to me. I never ever have real high BS (since diagnosis) because I watch what I eat and I exercise regularly, and almost every time I test it is within range, so it just doesn't make sense. Wondering if anyone else has had it.


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sisson
sisson 2011-04-10 00:17:20 -0500 Report

Hi Tabby
I know what you are going through you might want to have it check it may not be nothing or you may start getting norapapthay it is a never that start I belive in the lower part of the spine and gos to the hip if I"m not mastaking I've had it for a few years and it can be painful just get it check to be safe. But be careful I pray that it's not but if it is stay away from Lyrice because that is one of the meds that help put 75pc on my body. Take care Penny

Kirla
Kirla 2011-04-06 19:30:18 -0500 Report

I have the tingling and numb feelings all the time. Used to have sore feet for a while then had the stabbing needle stick pains for several months. Didn’t have a problem until my blood sugar dropped to normal numbers. I read somewhere that high blood sugar will do lots of damage and you don’t even feel it at first. I believe someday it might go away. At least that’s what I’m hoping.

I found one day that my blood sugar was spiking a lot higher than I thought. So I now test the peaks after eating. If your only testing before and 2 hours after eating it may be going higher than you think. By testing 15-20 times a day for a couple of weeks I found that I peak about 1 - 1¼ hours after breakfast, 25 minutes after lunch and 45-60 minutes after supper. I used to think it was about 1 hour after each meal but found out I was wrong. I found my blood sugar could go from 90 to 180 and back to 80 in less than an hour.

Nonna2Three
Nonna2Three 2011-04-06 09:16:22 -0500 Report

I have it a lot. But it seems worse if I exercise in tennis shoes so I have resorted to exercising in slippers - the ballet slipper type - but I had to add scuff pads on the bottoms for better security (the kind of scuff pads you put on the bottom of a pair of slick high-heel shoes).

But then again, I have a lot of tingling in my hands and arms and that is probably related to disc issues in my neck. I have had to have disc surgery twice now. And, since so many of the lower nerves pass through that area I generally attribute the tingling to the issues with the discs.

melissa5786
melissa5786 2011-04-05 20:01:43 -0500 Report

It happened to me the other day. And of course I started to internally freak out and think I was doing something wrong or that I was finally going to start seeing long term affects from this disease (I haven't quite reached my 2 year mark yet..)

Come to find out; my shoelace were just too tight! They came untied while I was running and when I tied them again the tingling went away and hasn't come back sense.

jayabee52
jayabee52 2011-04-05 19:41:59 -0500 Report

If I remember correctly my Neuro started out as sharp electric type shocks or quick needle jabs in my feet & legs. These didn't occur when exercising, but could apper at any time.

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