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Why do I feel weakness on my forearms & hands?

Why do I feel weakness on my forearms & hands?

Weakness: Is always a sign of neurological damage. You need to f/u with your primary doctor for further testing, like MRI and may need a neurologist consult. ...Read more

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20 yrs female. Had several blood tests over the last few weeks. Today 3 hrs after blood test I'm having weakness and pain in forearm. Is this normal?

20 yrs female. Had several blood tests over the last few weeks. Today 3 hrs after blood test I'm having weakness and pain in forearm. Is this normal?

No: It would be prudent to call the place that drew your blood and ask to be seen by a doctor. Weakness and pain in the arm are not normal after a blood draw. ...Read more

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Having burning/weakness/pain in right forearm and slightly in left. Started on 2/5 and has gotten worse. Quite painful. Took 500mg of cipro for 3 days, starting 2/3. Could this be a side effect or allergic reaction? Will it get better, or is this somethi

Having burning/weakness/pain in right forearm and slightly in left. Started on 2/5 and has gotten worse. Quite painful. Took 500mg of cipro for 3 days, starting 2/3. Could this be a side effect or allergic reaction?  Will it get better, or is this somethi

Are : Are you having any numbness or tingling? Do you mean weakness in elbow flexion? Did you feel a pop in your elbow or forearm? Where is the pain? One potential cause of these symptoms that could be related to Cipro (ciprofloxacin) is distal biceps tendon rupture. While it is a rare side effect, tendon ruptures can happen. The other potential cause is a nerve problem which is less likely to be related to the cipro either way, an evaluation by an orthopaedic surgeon is recommended. ...Read more

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What could cause a sudden onset of pain / weakness in my neck, shoulders, forearms, hands & hips? 

Variable: Could be an autoimmune sydrome, neurologic problem or problem related to your glandular system. I would advise seeing an internist or neurologist. Drdavidsherer.Com. ...Read more

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On and off pain mainly on top left forearm getting more frequent even when resting but able to use it no weakness?

Nerve/muscle : irrritation. Additionally, use a forearm pull-on Neoprene support,like those used by football and basketball players, ...Read more

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45M Guitar player. Tingly lower left forearm , from elbow down , for 2 weeks. Also in left fingers. Ice helps a bit. No weakness or pain . Cause?

45M Guitar player. Tingly lower left forearm , from elbow down , for 2 weeks.  Also in left fingers. Ice helps a bit.  No weakness or pain . Cause?

Nerve pinch: Repetitive use of wrist and fingers can result in entrapment of either the ulnar nerve at the elbow, cubical tunnel, causing tingling or numbness in the 4th and 5th digits and weak grasp; or, dropping things and numbness in the thumb me first 2 fingers, carpal tunnel, or median here pinch at the wrist. See a PMR doc or ortho to have this evaluated. Non surgical and surgical options exist,. ...Read more

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I've had pain in my forearm and weakness in my left hand. Ex: I can barely button my pants and my grip has been affected. On Tuesday morning while at ?

I've had pain in my forearm and weakness in my left hand. Ex: I can barely button my pants and my grip has been affected. On Tuesday morning while at ?

Wrist pain: Weakness or pain in the left arm has many causes such as heart condition, circulation problem in the arm, arthritis in the spine in the neck area. Other causes are strain, Muscle strain or trauma. If there is tingling in grip is affected than carpal tunnel syndrome test will be advised ...Read more

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Pain and some weakness in outer side of upper left forearm after striking golf or tennis ball (forehand stroke only--I am left-handed). Cause?

Pain and some weakness in outer side of upper left forearm after striking golf or tennis ball (forehand stroke only--I am left-handed).  Cause?

Tendinitis likely.: From your short description, it sounds like tendinitis in the L shoulder, either from overuse / over-training or from some other injury. Playing sports just aggravates it. This is by far the most common cause of shoulder pain in athletes. For now, rest the shoulder, ice it as often as you can, & sleep in a comfortable position (on right). See a doctor or use HealthTap Prime if you're not better in ...Read more