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Hello. You need to see your doctor if not done previously to be screened for an electrolyte imbalance. You could be hypocalcemic, from a variety different conditions, and you are having Carpopedal spasm. I will attach a webpage on the reasons behind hypocalcemia. this is a very serious and can be life threatening condition, so please review this information and contact your doctor. There are other illnesses, like tetany (rare) that can mimic this condition, as well as the parathyroid diseases that can give this as a secondary effect. I hope this answers your question Dr Frank T
Can this condition also cause pins and needle feeling in my scalp?
Should i contact my general MD or a specialist? If a specialist, should I go to a neurologist, internal medicine or ?
Thank you for your answers. I cannot rate the service until I understand the quality of your answer. Have had a blood test and will be seeing my doctor on October 25.