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The most common cause is loss of muscle tone in the pelvic floor.  Strengthening your pelvic muscles with physical therapy (via biofeedback and kegels) is usually very successful in treating...
pressure in the neck can cause headaches.  However it can cause other sensations too.  Pressure on one of the higher nerves can cause various sensations.  Pressure in the lower cervical nerves can cause tingling...
A herniated or bulging disc in the neck or the low back can cause numbness and tingling.  - Nav Gill www.ctbackdr.com 
I certainly appreciate your response and I agree, because I recently started experiencing numbness and tingling in my both my feet and it usually last for a day or two, goes and come, also my left arm...
Yes, a degenerative disc and bone spurs can cause these kind of symtoms. Anything that presses on a nerve can cause motor or sensory changes. Also, muscle spasms in the suboccipital and cervical...
to find out the cause so you can be treated for the underlying cause and not just the symptoms. The tingles, numbness...I would see a neurologist.  It could be a number of things. Tingling and numbness with headaches...
by itself. It started with a tingling and uncomfortable feeling(like nerve pain) as I swallow, after eating breakfast... headache or neck ache strikes suddenly, without apparent cause, or is different from previous headaches...
. I still have burning ,tingling,numbness in legs goin back and legs and twitching like nerv es that travels from my head...
Any sort of tingling should be checked out by your doctor. If you experience any sort of slurred speech, loss of vision, be sure to be seen in the Emergency Room right away...
I am not a physician and all I can suggest is what I suggest to most here - please go see your own medical provider who knows you best and can discuss this with you.   Lynn