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Mild Finger Paresthesia
I'm experiencing left leg and arm numbness, extreme discomfort + tingling in the pinky and ring finger for a year, could it be ulnar nerve neuropathy?
Finger/ hand sx's: This combination of symptoms warrants medical evaluation. ...Read more
I am experiencing headache (worst ever), finger numbness and arm weakness. The following also describe me: Numbness or tingling, Finger tingling, ...
I am experiencing wrist pain, finger numbness, joint stiffness, wrist weakness and hand weakness. The following also describe me: Numbness or ting...
Question cut off: However, recommend medical assessment. to determine cause. ...Read more
Mild neck pain, moderate wrist and arm pain, random twitching in thumb, pointer, middle, and ring fingers. ?
See a neurologist: You may have 2 problems not one. Check EMG-NCS for median nerve issue at the wrist and neck problem. Brachilal plexus pathology can do this but is quite uncommon. Focal seizures can cause random jerking of fingers but usually it does not re-occur in an isolated peripheral nerve distribution (thumb, index, middle finger and the inside 1/2 of the ring finger). EMG can be done if symptoms > 2 weeks. ...Read more
Right thumb numb tingling painful. Mostly between fingertip and middle thumb joint. Sometimes weakness in hand. Right index finger numb also. ?
I am experiencing body aches, arm pain, hand pain and wrist pain. The following also describe me: Finger tingling, Hand numbness, Numbness or ting...
29y/o F. Numbness/tingling feet rt hand. Feet cold burning. upper arm ache to elbow. labs/mri/emg normal. Mild degenerative disc/ iron10. Flagyl X2 bv?
Numbness normal MRI: The fact that MRI/EMG is normal is good news.Did they check thyroid? glucose? sed rate,ANA(autoimmune issues)? lyme titer? Could be reflux or H pylori, low iron Vit D, B12 , magnesium, potassium calcium, supplement if low. Check diet: Vegetarian(vit deficiency)?Do you have discomfort with eating(, may be malabsorping)?. Do fingers turn purple? Could be Raynauds. F/U with doctor/urgent care ...Read more
I am experiencing hand pain, finger pain, hand weakness, wrist weakness, arm pain, arm numbness, arm weakness and severe pain in extremity. The following also describe me: Numbness or tingling, Loss of strength, and Hand numbness. What should I do?
I am experiencing finger tingling (quality: localized to little finger, localized to thumb, localized to index finger) .
So it sounds like: you have tingling of at least 3 of your fingers. One of the most common causes of finger tingling is carpal tunnel syndrome or compression of the median nerve at the wrist. But this typically just causes numbness and tingling of the middle digits. A condition causing more generalized peripheral nerve symptoms or peripheral neuropathy is less common in fingers than toes. Need Doc evaluation... ...Read more
Could cervical issues cause extreme hand pain without arm pain. Only slight numbness, pain in palm, index finger knuckle , starting in other hand too?
Possibly: Yes, the nerves that supply your hand run through the neck and compression in the neck can therefore cause hand pain and/or numbness. The other main cause is a problem in the hand itself. Don't hesitate to be seen. A nerve conduction test can be helpful as well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Ulnar sided wrist & hand pain. Pain, tingling, numbness in pinky & ring fingers. Pinky tremors when when fingers are extended. What can this be?
Would unilateral parasthesia (no pain, just constant numbness in the arm and leg without weakness) be a typical mild concussion symptom?
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Wrist pain, right wrist, ulnar side, maybe muscle pain, no finger numbness, tingling, any other pain, full range of motion (lots of pain with movement), ?
Ulnar wrist pain.: Ulnar wrist pain has a wide differential from extensir carpi ulnaris subluxation or synovitis, distal radioulnar joint arthritis, tears to the triangular fibrocartilage complex, ulnar styloid fractures or impaction, kienbocks disease and ulnar artery thrombosis to name a few. It would be best to see a hand surgeon who can help narrow this differential and develop a course of treatment for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer