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Arm In Numbness
Unlikely: You can experience local irritation at the site of injection. Other complications that are rare with injections include infection & allergic reactions. Also, one has to ask why was the injection given? Usually, pain/numbness are the reason for the injection. In exceedingly rare cases, there can be trauma to a nerve from the needle or injection. ...Read more
Angina/pinched nerve: See doctor asap.Get a more detailed answer ›
Thoracic outlet syndrome: Thoracic outlet syndrome is when the nerves to your arm get pinched in the axilla between the ribs and shoulder. It will cause this. Worse with sleeping on side and holding arms over head. A pinched nerve in the neck can do it but should also have neck symptoms and it is worse with head movement. Carpel tunnel (in wrist) gives numbness and pain in hand and occasionally up arm. C pcp or ortho. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pinched nerve 1yr ago/lost most of lft tricept..Still have little feeling in 3 fingers..Can I rebuild arm/& will numbness stop?
There is a chance: Since you are still able to feel it, the nerve is still functional. I am not sure if you already had injection/therapy, or nerve decompression surgery done yet. If you have not had the surgery, you may need this done to regain your tricep. Don't wait too long because the neuropathy (degeneration of the nerve) maybe irreversible. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Ddd breasts looking for reduction. 1-1 1/2 yrs had seen dr for arm issues numbness arm freezes so can't use at times. Diag. Cts. Is is due to breasts?
Lately my right arm has been numb constantly. When I sleep it goes numb. When I drive it also becomes numb. If I move my arm the numbness will subside?
I have a totally dead arm with numbness tingling and sharp shooting pains from my shoulder to my fingers?
?brachial plexopathy: Description raises question of recent onset of parsonage-turner syndrome of brachial plexitis which is an acute inflammatory condition. But are you dislocating your shoulder and stretching the plexus, or have you developed a thoracic outlet syndrome. Lastly, perhaps this is coming from neck. Really need a full neurological exam asap, as meds at this early phase may make huge impact and reverse. ...Read more
Upper left arm ache/numbness.Better with certain position n not at others.No other symptoms.What can it be?I spend a lot of time in front of computer.
Middle fingers on right is almost 100% numb and has an injury on rotator cuff on shoulder of opposite arm. Could numbness be from compensating for pain or from injury itself?
See below: Perhaps, position of neck compresses nerve root, but may have problem over brachial plexus such as thoracic outlet, or less likely nerve compression at elbow or wrist. Although left arm implicated in heart conditions, doubtful this issue is playing a role when immobilized. Discuss with your doc. ...Read more
Simplex-zoster or no: Did the spots come first or after? Shingles tends to have large papules in the upper arm which may crust. Pain may start before or after the eruption. Herpes simplex generally has smaller lesions but rarely has pain. Other considerations range from syphilis to foot & mouth disease plus many others. Consult a dermatologist and/or a neurologist. ...Read more
MS vs bells palsy vs: your female and age if varies in place and time could be multiple sclerosis, if on one side of face , maybe bells palsy , could be allergic reaction to something, or neck cervical disc injury , if chest pain associated could be heart disease [but your age unlikely unlessn on birth control which increases risks of blood clots] ...Read more
Sudden arm & finger numbness. Locked up on me. Felt it coming on but could not stop it. Was super dizzy. Help me?
If conervative tx are tried for a year and symptoms got worse, is op the only option? diangosis cervical hnp 188.8.131.52 neck pain arm pain numbness.Im only 30 yrs old
Depends: If you have significant compression on the nerve roots based on the MRI scan and your symptoms are limited to the same involved nerve roots, then surgery will help you and is a good idea. If how ever your symptoms can not be explained, based on the nerve roots involved on x-rays then, surgery may not be helpful.I hope that helps good luck. ...Read more
CTS?: I suspect there is no connection between the pain in your arm and the numbness and tingling(paresthesia) in your hand. The most common cause for paresthesia in the hand is carpel tunnel syndrome. See http://bit.ly/1xl3qje For more specific advice please consider an online consultation with a Health Tap physician. Best wishes. ...Read more
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