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IgA Nephropathy: Tingling in Fingers and Toes

IgA Nephropathy: Tingling in Fingers and ToesIf people with IgA Nephropathy are experiencing tingling in fingers and toes, they should make the causes associated with the condition clear. Then measures can be taken to relieve this bothersome problem. What are the causes of tingling in fingers and toes of IgA Nephropathy? Our online doctor is available to offer you free help if you would like to chat.

a. Diabetes

Diabetes, resulting in chronic high glucose levels that damaging to nerves, is one of the most common causes of peripheral neuropathy. Generally, tingling starts in the feet of diabetics, followed by tingling spread to the hands and fingers.

b. Imbalances of electrolytes

If the electrolytes become unbalanced in IgA Nephropathy, symptoms can including tingling in the fingers and toes.

• Hyperkalemia, or high blood potassium level. Hyperkalemia is normally caused by kidney disease such as IgA Nephropathy. Other symptoms of high potassium in blood are an irregular heartbeat, weakness, shortness of breathing, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, etc.

• Hyponatremia, or low sodium. Tingling in the fingers and toes normally begins when a person has lost 5-6% of their total body fluid.

• Hyperphosphatemia, or high levels of phosphate. It can be caused by Kidney Disease, hemodialysis, diabetic ketoacidosis, or systemic infection.

c. Vitamin deficiencies

Vitamins E, B1, B6, B12, and niacin are essential for healthy nerve function. A B12 deficiency, for instance, can result in pernicious anemia, an important cause of peripheral neuropathy. But too much B6 also can lead to tingling in the fingers and toes.

Proper treatment to relieve tingling fingers and toes in IgA Nephropathy depends on the condition that causes the discomfort. Once the condition is treated, the tingling will disappear. You can email us at with more information about your illness, so free advice can be given to you soon!

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