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Upper Arm Burning Sensation
See dr.: Not enough information to tell you what is wrong. Best for you to see a health care provider and provide them with a full history and get an exam of the area to get you properly diagnosed and treated. Good luck. ...Read more
A burning sensation can be descriptive of nerve pain, some variations of migraine, and even central brain problems after a stroke. Have heard this said associated with phantom limb syndrome, reflex sympatheric dystrophy, and trigeminal neuralgia. Other patients might say ...Read more
Burning sensation in upper arm with shoulder blade discomfort. Started a couple months ago pretty sure from a work out ?
Burning sensation on skin of upper arm/shoulder for 2 weeks, but nothing there, skin looks completely normal. No rashes or other symptoms. What is it?
Neuropathy: Sounds like a nerve problem, so we'd call it neuropathy. It can be caused by anything damaging a nerve. Shingles or herpes can do this, but if it has been going on for 2 weeks I'd expect there to be spots or bumps or something showing on the skin by now. It can also be caused by your immune system attacking the nerve or by the nerve being pinched in your spine or elsewhere. See your doc for help. ...Read more
I woke up with my right arm and hand swollen. Now, eight hours later, the swelling went down but there is burning sensation in my upper arm and it is ?
Numbness from elbow down to hand with cramps/burning on fingers. I have a rug burning sensation by the elbows. Both hands. Pain on upper arm to.?
Ulnar nerves: Commonest cause of this is ulnar nerve compression at the elbow. Although most of the symptoms will be experienced in forearm and hands, some symptoms may be noted in upper arms. If the funny bone is tender to the touch this is the most likely case. Don't lean on your elbows. If elbows are swollen or red, get them examined. If your hand is weak, seek medical care soon. ...Read more
Experience a burning sensation on my left arm it last 10 seconds and goes away it been happening for a week in a half now. Not taking medications.
NSAID: Did you cut your arm deliberately? If you haven't had a tetanus shot in the last ten years - or you aren't certain - get an update. If you need sutures - get seen. Tylenol (acetaminophen) or a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication will help with pain. If this was deliberate self- harm please obtain behavioral health assistance. Take care. ...Read more
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