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Possible arthritis: See your primary care doctor for examination and referral to rhuematologist. ...Read more
My son has thrown up a few times and then started to have tingly, numb cramped up hands. Seems to have fever.
Electrolyte losses: With vomiting, you lose salts as well as fluids. Your son has probably lost a vital amount of salt and now is experiencing muscle irritability because of that. I would advise getting to an Emergency Room or Urgent Care center right away. IV fluids with re-balance of the electrolytes will resolve this problem. Hope you can get help now -it is very important. ...Read more
When should I return to work. On sat 7/16/11 I got extreamly dehydrated at work. I did not pasout but felt like it. When I got home my condition got worse. Dificulty breathing, tingling and numbnes in the lips and fingertips. Then both hands cramped completel
Now: If you have no persistent symptoms you can go to work now. ...Read more
Left hand cramped up, feeling nauseous and my vision blurred, hyperventilate, trouble speaking, puls very weak & sweatin, its over but chest hurts now
See Dr. Asap: Too vague to venture an answer other than your symptoms are a concern and you should see a Dr. Asap ...Read more
My husband and I were arguing then he stopped talking and kept mouthing words then collapsed and his pupils dilated and his hands cramped up, was this a panic attack?
Muscle cramps: Sometimes muscles cramps such as you describe are due to potassium or magnesium deficiency. Make certain you eat a healthy diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables. Taking a magnesium supplement in the form of 500mg of magnesium oxide daily may also help. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
I've recently started factory work and my hands are cramped and sore (as I expected at first) but on the tip of my thumb and the left side of my middle finger where it first bends at the top have a slight numb feeling to them that doesn't go away. Also wh
My hands often cramp or spasm when I'm working or doing daily things and it's been going on for a few years now. I even drop things occasionally.?
Stretch & evaluate: I would expect your name to be something more like carpe mannus rather than carpe diem. Spasms are generally relieved by slow and progressive passive stretching of the effected muscle. Spasms can be caused by a variety of reasons including electrolyte abnormalities, denervation, endocrinologic diseases, seizure, nerve compression, etc. If this recurs discuss with your primary care physician. ...Read more
Many causes: There are many potential causes ranging from metabolic, to electrolyte imbances, to neurologic, or musculoskeletal. Some causes may be systemic while others may be localized. Some may be peripheral whereas other will be central. There is no simple explanation. See your internist for a history and physical as well as basic studies. ...Read more
Both of my hands have a cramp in them...Its kinda hurts when I make a fist. What could this be? Thank you.
Hand cramps: This could be a number of things ranging from carpal tunnel syndrome to serum electrolyte disorders (calcium) to something as straightforward as overuse. If you find that your symptoms are not improving with time or are in fact worsening. I would recommend consultation with your primary care physician initially. ...Read more
Whenever I over work my hand like using a hammer for a couple of minutes or grabbing something I have a pain sort of like cramp palm side all around thum?
Carpal tunnel or...: It is possible that you may have carpal tunnel syndrome or early arthritis at the base of the thumb. It's also very possible that muscle fatigue because you normally don't use that muscle much and suddenly you force that muscle into working hard, it can be easily fatigued due to lack of conditioning. If resting quickly resolves the symptom, likely muscle fatigue. If worsens, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Muscle spasm..: Muscle fatigue/injury, over-used, poor blood circulation (i.E laying on arm too long while asleep), medication use, neurologic diseases/nerve compression, low potassium/calcium etc...Can cause muscle spasm. At times, no cause can be found. There are treatments, but you should get evaluated by doc first if this is bothersome/recurring for you. Keep well hydrated. Good luck. ...Read more
What is a cramp, I usually have on my fingers both left and right hands, wich ever side I sleep on.
I broke out in hives then hands and feet cramped up followed with pain in my chest. What's that from?
I'm a repair tech and work on power and manual wheelchairs. My hands hurt and cramp up not long after I work and use tools...also swollen in morn.
See specialist: See your family MD and get referral to a hand surgeon for diagnosis. Cramping and swelling can be two different things at work. At your age you should not wait and see, but rather get to MD and figure this one out. May be neurologic, vascular, muscular, or orthopedic. Good Luck. ...Read more
Stroke PT: F of unknown age or medical Hx asks: How can I help a post stroke hand and arm cramp at home? ANS: you need to be referred to a rehabilitation expert for evaluation and training of the exercises that may be helpful. ...Read more
Have it evaluated.: Pain could be due to trauma (fracture, tendon or ligamentous tear, arthritis), infection, inflammation, metabolic conditions (gout) musculoskeletal (bony over growth) or biomechanical abnormality, or neurologic conditions (neuropathy). A thorough history and physical exam and possibly laboratory and radiology exams could determine the cause. Have it evaluated by a professional. ...Read more
Retinopathy, 44, -hmmm suspicious for DM type II. C
Check yourH A1c and urine. If there is numbness in the hand consider Carpal Tunnel syndrome or cubital tunnel entrapment. If there is actual cramping, rebreathe in a paper bag or newest idea--eat something very spicy. Finally, if the pain has a pattern other than your entire hand, you may have neck problem. ...Read more
My right hand feels numb and cramped. No previous injury or recent injury. Between ring and baby fingers. What is going on? It came on suddenly.
Ulnar Nerve Entrapme: The ulnar nerve gives feeling to the little finger and half of the ring finger. Numbness and tingling in the ring finger and little finger are common symptoms of ulnar nerve entrapment. Increased risk with elbow injury or repetitive bending movement at wrist or elbow. Symptoms can come and go. They happen more often when the elbow is bent, such as when driving or holding the phone. ...Read more