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Few days ago right wrist started bothering me at night. It hurts to snap my fingers on right hand and right index finger keeps going numb. Please help?

Few days ago right wrist started bothering me at night. It hurts to snap my fingers on right hand and right index finger keeps going numb. Please help?

Pain, numbness in --: Thumb side of the hand/wrist/fingers would point towards a carpal t syndrome. Other causes could be tendonitis or even RA could have similar symptoms (along with swelling, etc). Use a wrist brace and use it all the time. If not improving see your pcp or preferably an ortho surgeon to be properly evaluated. Good luck. ...Read more

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The tip of my index finger of right hand has gone numb after spraying a paint from can. It is persisting even after a week. Elbow bone is also paining?

The tip of my index finger of right hand has gone numb after spraying a paint from can. It is persisting even after a week. Elbow bone is also paining?

Repetitive stress: I don't know how long you were holding the can and and how hard you were pushing down on it to get out the contents but it sounds like you are a victim of what is called "repetitive stress injury". It will pass with time. In the future you might buy a small flexible rubber cap to put over the hard plastic nozzle button they ask you to push on. Also use a shoulder pad. ...Read more

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I started getting numbness in index and middle finger on my right hand when ysing pc. Also sharp pain through knuckle joint on left index finger.

I started getting numbness in index and middle finger on my right hand when ysing pc. Also sharp pain through knuckle joint on left index finger.

Carpel tunnel: The nerves in your hand are being pinched under a small band of ligament type tissue. Its from the typing and maintaining the hand posture required to do so. Start wearing a simple wrist brace see an orthopedic surgeon for a workup if you need to type for job then a simple surgery would resolve this issue ...Read more

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Why dose my pointing fingers on my right hand keep going numb an get tingly?

Why dose my pointing fingers on my right hand keep going numb an get tingly?

Neuropathy: Carpal tunnel syndrome can cause the nerves to be compressed; in addition the nerve could be similarly compromised at the elbow level, the axilla or the spine. An exam and imaging can help pinpoint the cause. See your doctor for an assessment and recommendation regarding treatment. ...Read more

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The tips of my fingers on my right hand are becoming numb what could be the cause of that?

The tips of my fingers on my right hand are becoming numb what could be the cause of that?

Nerve impingement: Carpal and cubical tunnel are nerve impingement syndromes that affect the hand. First line treatment involves night-time splinting. ...Read more

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Why are my finger tips on my right hand numb feel tingling in on the tip of my fingers

Why are my finger tips on my right hand numb feel tingling in on the tip of my fingers

?pinching nerve: You may have a pinching nerve, like that caused when the median nerve gets inflammed or "pinched" in carpal tunnel syndrome. You should see a dr. To get properly diagnosed and the appropriate treatment started. Goodluck. ...Read more

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I had numbness in my right hand and fingers for three days and now it's moved into my left thumb as well. Should I be concerned?

I had numbness in my right hand and fingers for three days and now it's moved into my left thumb as well.  Should I be concerned?

While a number of: possibilities exist by far the most common cause for your symptoms is median neuropathy, or "carpal tunnel syndrome". A quick trip to your doctor for an exam will settle the issue and give you some guidance. ...Read more

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Woke up and my three fingers are numb on my right hand as the day goes on my hole hand is numb and fingers twich . And no i haven't hurt it in anyway?

Best to see Doctor: If it's not your pillow(s) causing this, or arm positioning over your head, then call your doctor, and have him/her examine, and test you. They can easily do a mini-neuro check on you to measure strength, coordination, and balance of both arms. So don't delay. You will have better peace of mind knowing what can be done, after s/he advises you. ...Read more

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