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Pins And Needles In Palms Of Hands
I dislocted my middle finger (middle joint) A sports trainer put it back into place. Now I have pins and needles in the palm of my hand, is this norma?
Timing of symptoms: The palm is innervated by the median and ulnar nerves. Depending on how the finger dislocation was treated (manipulation around the wrist), there may be some local nerve irritation. If the symptoms get worse you should see a neurologist. Http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000691.htm, http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000789.htm ...Read more
I used a hacksaw in my palm, and since I have had a pain when I raise my right arm, and also regular pins and needles from my tricep to my hand?
If your symptoms persist see either a physical medicine and rehabilitation physician or a neurologist.
An exam is necessary. ...Read more
I have a sharp shooting pain in my hand, wrist is weak, pins and needles. The pain is between my index and second finger but moves to palm side of wrist.?
Nerve compression: You could have a nerve pinching at wrist, which would affect grip strength and cause you to drop objects, but also, cause altered sensations. (perhaps carpal tunnel syndrome or even ulnar nerve issue at wrist or elbow). Get this evaluated before additional problems occur, as most of these problems can easily be reversed. ...Read more
Yes: You should see your primary doctor. It may be foreshadowing a more severe condition. ...Read more
Pinched nerve: Perhaps located at wrist or elbow. An EMG test can give answers and lead to specific treatment. ...Read more
Get evaluated: Swelling can cause compression of the nerves especially in the carpal tunnel. If symptoms are transient and not associated with numbness or other dysfunction, they should resolve as the swelling goes away. Hand therapy may help recovery if injury is not simple. If pain involves the back of the wrist near the base of the thumb, this needs to be evaluated with at least xray (ct if pain persists). ...Read more
Neuropathy: It is possible you have some kind of nerve injury. Your doctor needs to evaluate you as the answer may be simple but important. ...Read more
With a pot?:
Not sure what you are saying. You broke you hand and now have pin and needles sensation in your hand w/ a pot?
If you broke you hand within the past few days and you are having a pins and needles sensation if could simply be secondary to swelling, but it's also a sign that the fracture and associated swelling is having an impact on your nerve function. You should be seen urgently for this. ...Read more
Nerve: You may possess carpal tunnel syndrome, which gets exacerbated by positioning at night. Other possibilities include nerve pinching at the elbow, shoulder, or neck, and less likely, a decreased blood flow into the arm. Check with your doctor, as should be relatively easy to pinpoint. ...Read more
See below: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
Pins & needles: The sensation of pins and needles often follows nerve compression. A common site for this symptom is in the tips of the thumb and the first three fingers, when this occurs it suggests compression of the median nerve, or carpal tunnel syndrome. When the symptom affects the back of the hand, between the thumb and the first finger, consider radial nerve compression. Ulnar nerve affects pinky fngr ...Read more
Not sure where the: Vein is, there are veins all over the hand bit numbness on the back or top of the hand can be from direct irritation to the radial or ulnar sensory nervrs or in part with copression anywhere from the wrist and forearm to the elbow up to the neck. The back of the hand is not involved with carpal tunnel. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe ulnar neuropat: Ulnar neuropathy is a condition that can cause numbness or tingling in the hand, especially the pinky (5th) finger. It is commonly caused by compression of the nerve at the location of the inner elbow. It helps to avoid leaning the elbow on flat surfaces. There are times when the compression is inside the elbow and this may benefit from surgery. Hand weakness is an important issue in cases. ...Read more
I am a 24 F and I have been experiencing pins and needles in my hand by my baby finger it's worse if I move my hand a certain way, what could it be?
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