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Tingling In Thumb And First Two Fingers
Numb top side of thumb, shooting pain from nerve or tending right below the nub of wrist, spasming in first and thumb fingers, tingling and burning!
Seek evaluation: There are some questions that first need to be asked and some exam findings but it may be that you have a focal neuropathy such as carpal tunnel syndrome. Neuropathies can be diagnosed clinically or with the use of a nerve conduction study. Please see your physician. Management initially includes wrist splints and at times medications. ...Read more
Varies: The most common thought of condition that can cause tingling in the fingers is carpal tunnel syndrome. However, there are many potential causes including cervical disc bulge, thoracic outlet syndrome (cervicobrachial syndrome) or peripheral nerve entrapments. Most of these can be treated conservatively with myofascial release, spinal and extremity manipulation, acupuncture, traction and rehab. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tingling feeling in left ring/middle/index fingers and thumb and it gets worse when i stretch my arm out what can this be
Sounds like you may: Be having a carpal tunnel syndrome in which the main nerve to the hand & fingers gets trapped in the wrist byr a thick ligament. It affects all the fingers towards the thumb and generally half of the ring finger. Presents with tingling/numbness early on, usually at night, as it's getting worse, pain/weakness starts with dropping things. Initially splint & later surgery to release it, helps. ...Read more
I am experiencing finger tingling (quality: localized to little finger, localized to thumb, localized to index finger) .
So it sounds like: you have tingling of at least 3 of your fingers. One of the most common causes of finger tingling is carpal tunnel syndrome or compression of the median nerve at the wrist. But this typically just causes numbness and tingling of the middle digits. A condition causing more generalized peripheral nerve symptoms or peripheral neuropathy is less common in fingers than toes. Need Doc evaluation... ...Read more
I have a tingling sensation on my thumb fingertip and index. Also discomfort on the wrist and my fingers feel stiff.I type a lot and I'm a hairstylist?
Wrist pain: I encourage you to visit your physician, an orthopaedic hand specialist if possible, to see if you have carpal tunnel syndrome or another problem such as peripheral neuropathy, a pinched nerve, or nerve entrapment. I recommend wearing a brace on the affected wrist at night to see if it helps before you can get to the doctor. Optimimize the ergonomics of your workstation as well. Good luck. ...Read more
I wake up every morning cause of my both hand fingers are tingling mainly thumb, index, middle and ring finger. Normal?
I am having tingling in my lips and fingers (middle and thumb side of ring finger). Are they related and what could cause this?
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I have pain between my pointer finger and thumb as well as tingling in those fingers at night. Could it be the start of carpal tunnel?
You diagnosed it: It sounds like you made the correct diagnosis--good work. Good range of motion of your wrist, stretching, and use of a wrist splint for carpal tunnel during sleep and work, some motrin/aleve, and vitamin b6 (25-50mg/day) for couple of weeks. If worsens, see your doc for eval and treatment. Good job and good luck.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tingling and numb feeling in my right pointer finger and thumb, when I look up or around it feels like I'm pulling something in my arm.
This may be a sign : Of nerve irritation or pinching in the neck or cervical region due to a number of causes with the most frequent being degenerative changes leading to the narrowing of an exiting nerve tunnel known as a Neuroforamen leading to some nerve compression or due to a disc herniation or both. There are also other possible causes as well. If symptoms progress or are troubling you, see your physician . ...Read more
The tip of my left index finger has been numb and tingling for 3 days and sometimes the numberss reaches my thumb. It happened suddenly?
Pain around top of hand between thumb and index finger and tingling around tip of index finger.Feels like a scalded pain.
Radial nerve pain??: You are describing pain in the distribution of the radial nerve. That comes out of your neck and goes thru your armpit and down your arm to your hand. Your problem could arise anywhere along there. Talk to your doc and if necessary see a neurologist. England is famous for its great neurology. ...Read more
I have sharp pains shooting from left wrist through my thumb, pinky, and ring finger, and pain shooting up to my elbow. No numbness or tingling.
It : It is hard to fully understand your description of symptoms such as these without further information regarding the diagnosis given thus far but there are several nerve related problems that can turn on or turn up the signal in nerves giving pain and discomfort. Tendinitis, fracture injury, ligament injury it sounds like you should get evaluated. ...Read more
If there is a numbness in my hand. It eases with bengay can this be serious.. My pinkie and my thumb goes numb. .. Every now and then tingling finger tips
Numbness : Numbness can be related to many many issues or conditions. It is not "normal" but it is too hard to attach seriuos or not serious to that simple complaint. For example you can get temprary transient numbness in a hand as s sign of heart issue such as angina or a heart attack. That would be serious. You can get numbness becaues you are sleeping or sitting in a bad position...That is not so seriuos go see your docor. ...Read more
My fingers are turning blue and i feel some tingling in them, especially my right hand finger next to my thumb. I have high blood presssure and take medication for it. I have had this happen to me before about a year ago, but now it is constant. What coul
From : From your description, it sounds like you are having some sort of vascular problem with your hands. You should see your primary care physician promptly as some of these can progress to damage the tissues in your fingers. Some people have raynaud's phenomenon which causes blood to be diverted from the hands to the body in response to small changes in temperature. Most people are able to manage their symptoms and keep their bodies warm to distribute more blood to the fingers. However, those symptoms tend to come and go rather than being constant. Some others have collagen vascular diseases, such as lupus, scleroderma, sarcoid, or crest syndrome, that cause "vasculitis" that limits blood flow to the fingers. These conditions can cause sores (ulcers) on the fingertips and sometimes loss of the fingertip. There are a variety of treatments for the fingers, including medications and injections, but controlling the underlying disease is more important. Other causes are emboli (blood clots blocking circulation) and peripheral vascular disease (similar to heart disease, but in the smaller blood vessels). The important thing is to get evaluated and treated before any tissue damage can occur. In a truly ischemic (no blood flow) finger, that may be hours! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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