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Fitted Lymphedema Cut Circulation Arm Hand
I was fitted for a lymphedema sleeve and gauntlet. Is the sleeve supposed to cut off the circulation in my arm and hand?
Have lymphedema in right arm and hand. Also trigger finger on that side. Will surgery for the trigger finger make the lymphedema worse?
My hands and arms feel uncomfortable and painful when i wear long sleeves. My sleeves aren't too tight but it feels like my circulation is cut off.Why?
See doctor: Most people don't have the feeling that their circulation is cut off when wearing long sleeves. So, if you're having the sensation, you need to see your doctor, so they can check your circulation in your arms while wearing a longsleeved blouse. This will give better clues as to what might be causing this feeling, or if you have a medical condition that may be brewing. This needs further work up. ...Read more
It feels like the circulation in my arms is somewhat cut off (like when you have a blood pressure cuff on), but my hands look pink and normal. ?
A good sign: Often times tingling sensations in the arms is related to the neck and shoulders, where many people carry stress. Muscles spasm when they are injured, acutely it chronically and this can lead to compression on the many nerves that supply the arms. A neurologist can confirm with an examination and also check your neck vertebrae to see if imaging is needed to rule out something more concerning. ...Read more
Hand, wrist and lower arm pain with a sensation of cut off circulation and tingling like it fell asleep. Is this ms?
Past year startdvshooting meth and i noticed when i wake my hands r sometimes swollan i only shoot up n my hands n arms why might this b circulation?
Carpal T Syndrome is: More likely your dx, as its a very common problem. Use a wrist brace throughout the day and night would help considerably in improving your symptoms. Its recommended for night time mostly, but i advise it through the day as well, as one can do most activities with it, except some. If not improving consult your pcp or an orthopod. ...Read more