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Reason For Tingling Fingers Constant
My right hand is numb tingling in the fingertips with throbing pain up to elbow no numbness anywhere else any ideas?
Hard to say: There are many possible causes, but probably the most common are carpal tunnel syndrome (which is a pinching of the median nerve at the wrist), a pinched nerve in the neck, or a neuropathy. Usually a detailed exam and possibly a nerve conduction test can tell what the diagnosis is and what her options are. Thank you for the question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Carpal tunnel: Statistically the most common cause by far is carpal tunnel syndrome in which the median nerve is compress as it passes with 8 tendons trough a "tunnel" bounded by a thick ligament and multiple wrist bones. Other causes include bone spurs , nerve compression in neck, elbow, root of the neck, metabolic-nutritional imbalances. If your hand is weak or clumsy see an orthopedist or neurologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mild neuropathy?: Sometimes irritated nerves cause tingling, normally in the toes and feet, sometimes in the hands. Tingling or burning is a symptom of neuropathy, but it does not clinch the diagnosis. High blood sugar and deficient vitamin B12 are common causes of a symptom like this. Be sure you are checked out for causes of neuropathy. ...Read more
I am experiencing body aches, arm pain, hand pain and wrist pain. The following also describe me: Finger tingling, Hand numbness, Numbness or ting...
Last couple days both hands have felt tingling sensations , no pain or numbness, at fingertip location. What could be the main reason (s)? Thanks
Numbness and tingling in both hands. For over a month. Burning sensation in fingers. Pain in right thumb, wrist, and elbow. What could this mean?
Headaches, pain hand weakness, numb heavy feeling from shoulder to fingers right arm, constant nausea, weak?
See a doctor ASAP: It is impossible to tell you what the issue is from your brief note. However, some possibilities may be serious. ...Read more
Eval.: Bilateral paresthesias with weakness requires emg/ncv of the upper extremities. I would also obtain MRI of cervical spine to rule out hnp or cord compression. Cxr is useful . Carpal tunnel syndrome can be bilateral; physical exam and EMG can help diagnose. Look at myofascial pain, such as pronator syndrome , which is secondary to overuse.Also labwork for connective tissue disease panel. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Burning pain, tingling, occassional numbness in finger joints or side of fingers? Nothing seems to help. Hand and wrist xray'd, no issues there.
For 3 mos I've had on/off aches, tingles, twitches, restless feeling, mild pains in legs, mostly left. No swelling or localized pain. Possible causes?
Tingling & twitching: Your twitches may be related to any number of reasons including anxiety disorder, stress, stimulant overuse (for example, caffeine), overexercise, nutritional deficiencies, electrolyte imbalance, etc. See your physician if you are concerned. Here is some more information: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003296.htm ...Read more
I am experiencing headache (worst ever), finger numbness and arm weakness. The following also describe me: Numbness or tingling, Finger tingling, ...
Frequent severe throbbing or pressure headaches, dizziness, nausea, fatigue, hand tremor(both hands more visible in right), tingling right hand. help?
Pain in elbows hands knees and legs
Tingling down left hand side of face occasionally
Symptoms come and go for months
See your physician: These symptoms may represent any number of conditions including anxiety, headache (for example, migraines), multiple sclerosis, etc. See your primary care physician for a full review of your history (be specific when you communicate your symptoms) and physical exam. http://www.cfah.org/prepared-patient/prepared-patient-articles/talking-about-symptoms-with-your-health-care-team ...Read more
What could cause intermittent bilateral hand and foot numbness, slight dizziness, slight clumsiness over the past 4-6 months. Duration 1-5 minutes.
Vascular insufficien: Your several symptoms may not be all caused by a singular problem. If they are, the most likely cause is poor blood supply at a microvascular level. Even though the symptoms are relatively brief it would be a good idea to see a neurologist, who may recommend an MRI scan of the brain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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