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Sudden Numbness In Right Hand
Couple reasons: If you have history of migraine, and transient one-sided numbness, this could be secondary to a migraine aura, which can reverse. However, in older folks, this may represent a TIA or stroke. Best to see your doctor sooner than later, as a host of brain disorders could present this way. ...Read more
Sudden sporadic and reversible numbness could be very benign such as hitting one's "funny bone" at the elbow, but if not provoked, numbness in one or two limbs might be a transient ischemic attack due to decreased blood flow in the brain. Important to sort out problem with brain and spinal cord ...Read more
Having numbness in the right hand numbness in the left leg fell and broke tail bone about 10 years ago .I smoke and drink what could this be?
Sudden numbness in hands, feet. I really feel stretching in fingers and can feel that numbness is started and being extended. 32 y female.No medicine?
See details: This issue needs immediate evaluation. There are several possible causes and this can be serious. See a neurologist if possible. ...Read more
Broke my hand last week, getting sudden numbness in fingers. Is this normal or a nerve is damaged?
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