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Knuckles Numbness And Tingling Symptoms
Is weird numbness and tingling on the left side of your left hand a symptom of impending heart attack?
Probably not: Arm pain that radiates (travels to) the hand and particularly the fingers is usually not heart related, but more likely to be a pinched nerve in the neck. The is referred to as as cervical neuropahy, if it comes from the spine, or brachial neuropathy, if it comes from lower down. I've seem this happen if someone leans heavily on crutches they have been using for a sprained knee. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have symptoms of trigger finger in both hands, left more than right, carpal tunnel in left hand and numbness and tingling in the left. What can cau?
For 2-3 weeks i've had neck, shoulders, and back pains. Loss of appetite. Fatigue. Hand numbness and tingling. Depression. What causes these symptom?
Rule out med illness: You should first get a physicalexam to rule out any medical illness that might be contributing to how you're feeling. There are various illnesses such as vitamin deficiencies thyroid disease and sleep apnea that can cause what you're feeling. Lyme's disease is another possibility. Depression makes you feel very tired and fatigued both physically and mentally. You can develop aches and pains in virtually any part of your body. With depression you feel helpless hopeless worthless and guilty. Energy and motivation are low. There is a distinct lack of ability to enjoy things and a tendency to withdraw socially. You can either have an increased or decreased appetite and insomnia or increased sleepiness. You can also have both. If you are feeling this way please see your doctor, then a therapist, and if necessary a psychiatrist for medication management. Do not forget to watch your diet, exercise, and seek out other ways of treating your depression from an alternative medicine or complementary medicine point of view. Yoga, meditation, acupuncture, and finding your spiritual center can all be important ways to overcome depression. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Nerve injury: This sounds like a nerve injury possibly a nerve root at the spine in the neck. More specifics of the numbness as well as any pain or weakness would be helpful information. See a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist to diagnose and possibly treat. ...Read more
Nerves and blood: Vessels that go to your arm, elbow, forearm, wrist, hand and fingers pass through the axilla or armpit on the way from the chest and shoulder region to the rest of the upper limb. So a process in the axilla or armpit could symptoms in the hand. It shold be evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more
I have been waking up with numbness and tingling in hands, worse in my left, but now am also getting intense burning in my left hand?.had TIA,s recent
Carpal tunnel: Carpal tunnel syndrome. Possibly cubital tunnel syndrome also. Numbness and tingling in the hand that wakes you up at night is a complaint in over 95% of people with carpal tunnel syndrome. Wrist splints and elbow guards can help at night. Neuropathic medicine and compound cream will reduce the numbness and tingling too. An electromyogram and nerve conduction study will confirm the diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Need an eval:
Only an evaluation by your physician can answer this, but common causes are compression of a peripheral nerve (eg carpal tunnel, which is compression of the
median nerve at the wrist), or compassion of certain nerve roots leaving the neck spinal cord, among other possibilities. ...Read more
I'm experiencing hand numbness and tingling. It keeps on getting worse and worse. What can I tell hr?
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Not Likely: You should talk with the doctor who wrote for the diuretic. The hand numbness and tingling sound outside of the normal use for a diuretic. The hand numbness and tingling raise questions of diabetic neuropathy, carpal tunnel syndrome or cervical disc herniation causing nerve pressure. Be careful with the use of your diuretic as it can cause changes in your potassium level and affect your heart. ...Read more
When I wake up I have a numbness and tingling sensation on my left hand. It goes away after a while. I suffer from anxiety. ?
I am having episodes of numbness and tingling in my pinky and ring fingers and the side of my hand on Both hands. It's slowly becoming more common ?
Ulnar neuropathy: in healthy young person nerve symptoms in pinky and ring finger are classic for compression/irritation of the ulnar nerve at the elbow. think: lots of keyboard use or arms on the armrests reading. Solution: notice sources of pressure on your nerve at that elbow and reduce it for two weeks. IF the symptoms persist, go to a neurologist. ...Read more
Dysautonomia: Dysautonomia is fairly common in many patients with EDS, which could perhaps explain the numbness and tingling. Mechanism isn't exactly clear but is probably related to some sort of neuropathy or sudomotor dysfunction. However could also be an unrelated carpal tunnel disorder or problem in neck. Followup with Neurology to find out. Hypermobility in and of itself should not cause these problems ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I 've had numbness and tingling in my right hand for awhile now . My right arm gets numbness and tingling too . I experience no pain at all . ?
Neuropathy: Numbness and tingling(paresthesias) in the hand and arm can be due to nerve compression in several areas: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome(from pinched nerve in wrist), Ulnar Neuropathy(nerve compression at elbow) and Cervical radiculopathy(compression in the neck) For more information on CTS see: http://bit.ly/1xTEkXx Neuropathy: http://bit.ly/1pAbbJw Cervical radiculopathy: https://bit.ly/1yPwhcG ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If you have numbness and tingling in the hand does it come from your neck? Does the doctor perform a EMG? Please help what kind of exam takes place?
I have arm numbness and tingling in my left arm but also sometimes my right arm. My hand also feels like it wants to cripple up. Im only 26 years old.
Arm numbness: Numbness in the arms often occurs from sleeping with the arms bent or working in a job with a lot of repetition. Other frequent causes include spinal stenosis or compression of the spinal cord. Diabetes, low B12 levels, and low thyroid function are common causes too. A neurological evaluation and a nerve conduction test can identify the cause of the numbness. ...Read more