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Arm numbness, tingling, a bit of itching, typing hurts, after five days from the blood test. What can it be?
Arm numbness, tingling, a bit of itching, typing or twisting hurts, after five days from the blood test. What can it be?
See below: A small clot in the vein that was stuck is the most probable cause if so it should dissolve within the 7-10 days if not then see a physician. ...Read more
Not even a theory: It's rubbish, intended to sell books without any scientific basis. Eat sensibly, avoid tobacco and other addictions, and exercise. If you get focused on there being some other key to health, or read a lot of "diagnose yourself" websites, they'll get your money and time and you'll never feel well again. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Intense finger pain caused by typing. Onset is immediate and symptoms have persisted for a year+. Rest has not helped. Cannot type. What could it be?
The clients blood typing reveals Rh antigens what blood type would the client have Rh receptive, Rh negative , Rh resistant, Rh positive
My left arm aches and feels heavy with some light tingling. I type a lot..could it be from typing or a bulging disc in my neck?
? carpal tunnel syn: Yes, you could be right about the cause. You should also consider carpal tunnel syndrome as a possible cause. A bulging disc symptom often causes weakness, pain, numbness and tingling. It should affect specific spots in your arm. Try to describe what part of the arm is affected. Leave out the typing and ask- I have tingling and pain in my arm in location X- what is the cause? ...Read more
Carpal tunnel type of symptoms stopped with less typing. Then deadline, and cramping in middle of hand and ache up deltoid to shoulder. Related?
Look at posture: When one experiences pain in body part, compensatory activities may place stress on associated joints, muscles, and nerves. Of course it is possible you could have an entirely different problem known as a "double crush" syndrome in which a shoulder or neck problem is also to blame. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there a condition that causes people to mix letters up when typing, e.g. "how" as "hwo" or "ends" as "neds"? This has been happening ALOT!
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