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Tingly Pinky Finger
Severe neck pain and tingly pinky finger in left hand. No pain in arm. Is this radiculopathy? Had same symptoms right side 2 months ago.
Maybe: It's possible, but radiculopathy is not something you should try to self-diagnose. You need a thorough history and neurologic exam by an experienced clinician, and, if the doc thinks you need it, C-spine MRI and/or EMG/NCS. I can't tell from your post if this is benign or serious. You should have it checked out. ...Read more
During last few days my right pinky is tingling. No other symptoms. No pain. I can move finger. But always fill tingling ?
Ulnar tunnel: syndrome is probably what you have. That means ulnar nerve is pinched in your elbow or wrist . Take otc Ibuprofen for few days and in the mean time make an appointment to see an orthopedic doctor. I hope this helps. If you want to talk more about this contact me by e-mail or text chat or video chat at www.healthtap.com/dryetimyan ...Read more
I get tingling in my left pinky finger, it comes and goes whenever. Just wondering what would cause this and should I make an appt with my doctor?
See below: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more
My left index finger has been twitching for the past few days quite alot, and my left pinky and ring finger have begun tingling at their tips.
See a neurologist: The many causes of these symptoms include muscle strain, nerve compression (due to trauma, inflammation, entrapment, sleeping position), etc. See a neurologist to discuss your full history and undergo a neurological examination. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/001418.htm ...Read more
I'm a 28 y/o female & for about a week i've been experiencing tingling in my right ankle, right ring & pinky fingers & now my lips. What could this be?
See neurologist: A process affecting sensation of the foot, arm, and face all on one side of the body suggests a problem in the sensation area on the brain (on the brain's left side in this case, since your sensory change is on your right. ) i would visit with a neurologist. ...Read more