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Occasional Tingling Fingers
Persistent headache for 8 wks, occasional tingling in left fingers, weakness in right leg. Feel like a nuisance goin back to my doc. What could it be?
Chronic daily headac: What you could really use is a good headache diary and instruction on how to keep the details of your symptoms so that a solid diagnosis can be made first before embarking upon treatments that either do not work or may make the headache worse. Headaches are my specialty and I invite you to contact me at: www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi Key Code: PDXFNR For a consultation to work on your problem. ...Read more
Tingling/soreness in last 3 fingers, pain in inner wrist. I thought maybe cubital tunnel but I also have occasional swelling on radial side of wrist.
Occasional mild numbness tingling armpit area more pronounced in fingers seems elevating arm makes worse. Usualy but not always right side Nexium (esomeprazole) 1 yr?
Suggestions: You likely have an intermittent nerve compression over the lower brachial plexus and your elevation of limb causes more nerve compression. Some mechanisms to consider would be Thoracic outlet syndrome, pectoralis minor syndrome, but even more peripheral sources of nerve compression at elbow or wrist. An EMG test can help ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have occasionally been having short lived tingling in my left hand for at least a year. Now I'm having pain radiating from my forearm just distal to my elbow into my ring and pinky fingers. What should I do?
For a week I have had occasional left shoulder pain, left upper arm pain, and tingling fingers at night. Could these signal a heart attack coming?
Nerve: It is more likely that you have nerve entrapment referrable to a neck disk bulging. A neurologist could evaluate you for this. To look for coronary artery blockage, a maximal treadmill stress test is the best test for you. I think your symptoms are more likely from the neck rather than the heart. ...Read more