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Menopause - pins and needles in fingers at night
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I assume I'm going through the menopause - I'm 58, still having periods, although not very regularly. During the day I am usually cold even when others are not. At night I am cold when I get into bed. Then I usually wake two/three times and am boiling hot, but not drenched in sweat - just feel like my blood is boiling as its going around my body. I usually fall back to sleep and then wake a couple of hours later feeling the same. During the last couple of weeks when I wake my fingers on one hand or the other (never both at the same time) are numb and tingling, pins and needles. Is that normal? Do you think I should contact the Dr? I am loath to waste the doctor's time during these troubled times.
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