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How come my hands always go numb at night?

How come my hands always go numb at night?

Which part?: The most common reason for this would be carpal tunnel in which case your 1st 3 or 4 fingers would go numb. Try a carpal tunnel splint at night for a while. It is possible you might need an injection in your wrist. See a pmr doctor or orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more

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Numbness is a clinical finding in which one is unable to detect stimuli such ...Read more

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Hands always cold, middle finger left hand goes numb, what's wrong?

Hands always cold, middle finger left hand goes numb, what's wrong?

Could be Raynoud's : At your age, if you are not diabetic you could have Raunoud's Syndrome. This should be evaluated by a Rheumatologist because you could have an inflammatory problem like rheumatoid arthritis or Lupus. ...Read more

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My nerves are sosensitive. Legs go numb from sitting cross legged, feet always tingling numb, hands/arms sometimes help?

See details: Have you seen a neurologist and had EMGs and MRIs done? If not, do so. There are several possibilities. ...Read more

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What to do if my hands always cold, middle finger left hand goes numb?

What to do if my hands always cold, middle finger left hand goes numb?

See details: It is likely to be raynauds. See a rheumatologist. There are several treatment options. ...Read more

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Leg always shaking and hand going numb. What is wrong with me?

Leg always shaking and hand going numb. What is wrong with me?

Seizure: You should be evaluated for a seizure disorder. Symptoms can include leg shaking or numbness. Tremor can cause leg shaking but is usually not associated with numbness. Limb shaking t.I.A. Is also a rare stroke syndrome that needs to be ruled out. ...Read more

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