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methotrexate can cause numbness and pins and needle sensations and burning sensations
methotrexate can damage nerves and can cause neuropathy type symptoms.
your symptoms sound more like neuropathy.
rheumatoid arthritis is an autoiimmune disorder
some of your symptoms could be due to RA
do you have bad anxiety symptoms
bad anxiety symptoms can cause magnification of small symptoms to make you more worried.
you could also have pinched nerves in your neck spine which could cause these symptoms.
an MRI scan of your neck could get more information.
methotrexate is a chemotherapy agent used for RA.
ask your doctors for a spine MRI scan to check for problems in your neck spine.
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