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Pain From The Elbow To The Fingers
I am experiencing burning aching pains in my right forearm. Pain goes from elbow to finger tips and forearm is swollen down to hand . ?
See details: Then see your doctor or either a rheumatologist or orthopedist and have the issue evaluated. ...Read more
What could this be? Burning pain from elbows to tips of fingers, after affects were pain in tips of fingers, sensitivity in hands for a couple days.
M South Indian.My fellow office mate,has severe pain from elbow up to her fingers on right hand.Blood test showed some infection. what really happened?
No way to know: Without further information it is impossible to speculate as to what some third person may have. ...Read more
Forearm pain: Which fingers are involved—4th & 5th? Do you rest your elbow on arm of chair or on table/desk/computer station? May have irritated the ulnar nerve, which runs in groove at elbow & sometimes gets compressed. Any numbness or tingling in those fingers? Avoid putting pressure on elbow (it's hard; e do it automatically); use NSAID like Aleve (naproxen) for pain/inflammation. See fp if not improved. ...Read more
Golfers elbow- dr put 1 or 2 pts on each finger and i couldn't tell the diff. He was baffled because i'm only 33. What could be the cause?
I think I broke/chipped my elbow 2 years ago. Now my fingers are tingly and the elbow is very painful. Is there anything that can be done so long afte?
Ulnar Neuropathy?: If the tingling is only in the 4th and 5th fingers and also only in that side of the hand you may have an Ulnar Neuropathy or Cubital Tunnel Syndrome. If so, see> http://bit.ly/1gJU36u Don't rest your elbow on a desk or arm chair for any length of time. See your physician if the problem continues or if your symptoms are different from the Cubital Tunnel Syndrome. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I'm experiencing some numbness from below my elbow to my finger tips.. What could be causing this ?
Ulnar nerve: Sharply defined changes in sensation like this are usually caused by compression of the ulnar nerve at the "funny bone." Sometimes you can press or tap the nerve and make the symptoms occur or worsen. Typically treated with restricted use of elbow, elbow padding to protect the nerve and perhaps non steroidal anti-inflammatory medications. . ...Read more