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Nerves Hand Knuckle
Healing likely: Most commonly they will tend to improve. When lacerated the decided small nerve ending can find their partners. When by crush or repetitive blows, particularly over a small area, over time the nerves can heal. Light massage to the area can help diminish the discomfort and expedite healing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The brain and spinal cord communicates with what is occurring in the internal organs and limbs by nerve fibers where are like electrical wires with insulation (myelin) and the "copper" (axon). Within brain and spinal cord these nerves connect to other nerves via synapses on both axons and dendrites. A nerve can carry information regarding sensations, and ...Read more
Get intermittent nerve pain on dorsal side, outer edge of left hand, along right side of knuckle. 61 female, on tegratol and lamictal for epilepsy. ?
Hand pain: Sometimes this can be associated with the epilepsy, but if it is more like a problem perhaps from the elbow down to the outside border of the hand, called cubical tunnel syndrome, or compression of the ulnar nerve on the inside of the elbow. Especially is your arm/elbow is laying down a lot, or you have this symptom at night and wakes u up... That's probably it... Go see ur doc to have it tested. ...Read more
Yes: Nerve injuries do recover if the ends of the severed nerve are sewn together by a hand surgeon. Beware that it is a very slow process. Nerves grow back 1 inch per month from the cut end out to the finger tips, so expect months before feeling may start to come back, though initial feeling may be more like the pins and needles of a nerve waking up before any quality sensation comes back. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've been spasm from my hand ams forearm. It's been almost six days and i can still feel the painful sensation on the nerves. Please advise. Thanks.?
Nerves of the hand: The hand has many nerves in it- nerves guide movement and provide a conduit for sensation. Nerves are more dense in the finger tips than in most other parts of the body. The main nerves in the hand are the radial, ulnar and median nerves. They have smaller branches that lead to the fingers. Here is a helpful link: http://pixshark.com/nerves-diagram.htm Reflexology is different btw ...Read more
What to do if for a few months I have had pain in my muscels and nerves in my hand. what could be causing this and solutions?
I 'am adult i dont raising hand in class ,samething stopping me,afraid,nerves shy i don't fell reese voice in class, i don't know how to fix?
Anxiety: Does your fear of speaking up in class extend to other areas of your life as well? Consider seeing a mental health professional to get some assertiveness training. Some of us are more careful than others when we speak but we all need to speak up when necessary. Peace and good health mon ami. ...Read more