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What might be the reason to my tingling feeling for my fingers and hand?

What might be the reason to my tingling feeling for my fingers and hand?

Could be: Could be having slept on it in an awkward position . . . . Also could be carpal tunnel syndrome . . . . Or could be some problem in your neck that impinges on the innervation to your hand. Best to see your physician and have this checked out. ...Read more

Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Tingling (Definition)

Tingling is a pins and needle like sensation anywhere on the body. May also be termed paresthesia. Can experience when elbow is bumped (funny bone), or even from frostbite. On its own, unlikely significant but may be part of nerve pathology from ...Read more


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Elbow pain constantly but no finger tingling or numbness?

Elbow pain constantly but no finger tingling or numbness?

Tennis elbow: The most common cause of elbow pain i see is tennis elbow which is a tendinitis on the outside part of the elbow. The pain can be treated with injections of cortisone. ...Read more

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My finger tips feel very sore for no apparent reason , they have no other sympton its just constant and uncomfortble ?

My finger tips feel very sore for no apparent reason , they have no other sympton its just constant and uncomfortble ?

Raynaud's disease : Try soaking your hands in warm and then cool water to help improve your circulation. If not improved soon, see your doctor to rule out raynaud's disease or another vascular condition. ...Read more

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Left hand fingers tingling constantly for weeks. Tested negative for cts. Primarily right handed so don't think it's overuse? Anything to worry about?

Left hand fingers tingling constantly for weeks. Tested negative for cts. Primarily right handed so don't think it's overuse? Anything to worry about?

Must have some cause: If an EMG was performed and showed no peripheral nerve injury then one should consider a central cause. This is particularly true if you have any symptoms in your left leg or face. If an EMG was not performed then pay attention to the fingers involved as the ulnar nerve could be the source and affects the last two fingers of the hand. Please consider meeting with a neurologist to get an answer. ...Read more

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I have a constant pain in my trapezius which , makes my fingers feel like they are going numb, the pain in my trapezius is temporarily relieved when I do certain stretches but the tingling sensation in my fingers do not stop.

I have a constant pain in my trapezius which , makes my fingers feel like they are going numb, the pain in my trapezius is temporarily relieved when I do certain stretches but the tingling sensation in my fingers do not stop.

Whenever : Whenever experiencing new symptoms, it is always best to be evaluated by a physician, as musculoskeletal symptoms (i.e. From muscle or nerve) can overlap visceral symptoms (i.e. Left arm tingling due heart issues). A physician would speak with you and examine you and correlate such to ensure appropriate diagnosis and treatment. If you are not experiencing any other symptoms that would suggest this is cardiac related (i.e. Right sided symptoms only, no breathing difficulty, no chest pain, no nausea/ vomiting, no palpitations), then this is more likely musculoskeletal. Typically pain in the trapezius with accompanying limb tingling can come from a few different sources: -myofascial pain is a condition in which one may have inflammation, tightness, pain in the fascia, which is the connective tissue that covers the muscles. This can hit muscles in isolation or in groups. This can also be associated with trigger points which are tight bands of tissue within the fascia that can cause referred symptoms (i.e. Tingling) in a specific distribution. -muscle strain, in which the muscle was overworked or strained. Would not usually account for the tingling and thus, may have two separate issues ongoing at the same time -cervical radiculopathy, or pinched nerve in the neck, that may cause such arm symptoms. Any muscles supplied by the involved nerve may go into spasm, thus causing pain in the trapezius area. Pinched nerves can come from a variety of sources, including a herniated disc. -carpal tunnel syndrome and other nerve conditions can also lead to hand tingling, but usually will not account for the arm tingling. Carpal tunnel involves the median nerve and typically hits the thumb, index and middle finger (sometimes the ring finger as well), while ulnar neuropathy generally hits the ring and pinkie fingers. There are a variety of causes for your complaints but i've touched on the more common musculoskeletal conditions. Treatment would vary depending on the cause. Furthermore, any physician would also need to know your medical history to ensure that treatment is safe for you at that time. ...Read more

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Tingling in middle and ring finger on left hand, not constant, only on occasion, no other symptoms or pain. Should I be worried?

Numbness: The area of numbness is consistent with ulnar nerve distribution, you may have ulnar nerve compression causing the symptoms, see you physician if gets worse or becomes a persistent symptom ...Read more

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Tight stiff neck constantly. Headaches and tingling face, head and fingers. ?

Tight stiff neck constantly. Headaches and tingling face, head and fingers. ?

Neck issues: Have you had a good exam of your neck with possibly radiologic studies to check if you have pinched nerves that could cause these symptoms? Could also be a migraine. ...Read more

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I have constant numbing tingling at times burning pain and weakness below elbow to fingers and below knees. Worsen during sleep?

I have constant numbing tingling at times burning pain and weakness below elbow to fingers and below knees. Worsen during sleep?

Vague: Depending upon the duration of your issues, i would see a dr. Asap whom may refer you to a neurologist. You may need some tests done. Could be a pinched nerve, but impossible to tell without a history and exam. ...Read more

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Experiencing tingling in tips of index & middle fingers of both hands. Present almost constantly. Not result of flexed/extended wrist. Carpal tunnel?

Experiencing tingling in tips of index & middle fingers of both hands. Present almost constantly. Not result of flexed/extended wrist. Carpal tunnel?

Possibly: Carpal tunnel causes numbness and tingling in median nerve distribution to the thumb, index, long and radial half of the ring finger. Therefore this could be early symptoms of carpal tunnel. ...Read more

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