What Causes Tingling in the Upper Back?

Answer

Prolonged pressure on a nerve, vitamin or mineral deficiencies, and multiple sclerosis are the conditions that causes tingling in the upper back. Other causes of tingling include head and neck injuries, and loss of blood flow to the area. Tingling can be a symptom of more serious permanent nerve damage or underlying disease.
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