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Why Does My Right Arm Go Numb When I Walk
Chest pain: The symptom you describe could be benign but could also be an anginal equivalent. You should see your dr. And get checked out. ...Read more
Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more
More inormation is: Needed. In such situation, adequate history as to the localization of the symptoms, presence of weakens, duration of symptoms, associated symptoms are critically important. I suggest you see your doc. ...Read more
Nerve damage.: Although stroke jumps to our mind immediately, it is also likely that her symptoms are caused by c-spine problems or pinched nerves due to various reasons. ...Read more
He needs a doctor: This could be several things but no one can diagnose without examining him. Some of the possibilities are quite serious (like threatened stroke or heart attack) and some of them not so. Don't mess around with this. ...Read more
39 year old male - right arm - started as pain, then changing to tingling and is now going numb any time he bends his arm.
I was going through really hard times yesterday and I was crying really hard, I noticed my right arm was getting numb, what causes this?
Hyperventilating: Most likely you were hyperventilating.Get a more detailed answer ›
My fiancé is double my age he has recently had his right arm going numb a lot should I b worried about this?
An intermittently: Numb arm can be a sign of a stroke or heart attack. Have him see a doctor asap or go to the er if it starts happening again. ...Read more
Neck problem: Is a very common problem, affecting about 10-12% percent of the adult population in the us. Nerve impingement can be caused by being sandwiched between two spinal bones, pressed by a bulging disc or encroached upon by bony overgrowth. Rec.: see an interventional pain management specialist. ...Read more
Unusual sympton: Fever can be associated with aches and pains in various parts of the body, but it is unusual to develop numbness in one arm specifically when one has fever. Are we talking low grade (up to 100.8), mild to moderate (101-102f), or high fever (>103)? If you are getting fever frequently, that in itself has to be explained. Perhaps you a have some type of neuralgia that occurs with higher body temp. ...Read more
You need examination: There are so many causes of arm numbness that there is no simple answer. Common causes include carpal tunnel syndrome (pinched nerve at the wrist) and ulnar neuropathy (pinched nerve at the elbow). Less commonly, it can be pinching of a nerve in the neck, and even more seldom, such conditions as brain tumor, multiple sclerosis, stroke, and other rare diseases. Check with your doctor. ...Read more
I HAVE THIS PAIN IN MY SHOULDER BLADE GOING THROUGH TO THE FRONT AND DOWN MY RIGHT ARM AND THE ARM BECOMES NUMB AT TIMES.
I'm 27 female and I have had a problem with my right arm numb feeling and hard to grasp things or use it sometimes?! what going on
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When is it numb?
Which parts are numb - everything, hand fingers, some fingers but it varies, always the same fingers?
Anything make the numbness disappear?
Any difference between day and night? ...Read more
Lately my right arm has been numb constantly. When I sleep it goes numb. When I drive it also becomes numb. If I move my arm the numbness will subside?
Depends. .: It could be from multiple sources. It could be related to compression of nerves stemming from the neck, armpit (axilla), elbow or (less likely) the wrist area. It could be a toxic/nutritional deficit effect on the sensory nerves, though this tends to affect both sides. It could be from a particular issue within a sensory area of the brain (exceptionally unlikely). ...Read more
Many possibilities..: ..And your doctor can help you pinpoint the exact one. Carpal tunnel is syndrome where the median nerve becomes trapped in the connective tissue at the wrist. Previous trauma may have caused a nerve injury. You may have problems with your neck and spinal cord, which can pinch the nerves traveling to your arm. Vitamin & nutrient deficiencies may also cause these symptoms. Wishing you'all the best. ...Read more
No feeling: Numbness should be the lack of sensation - you can't tell if water is hot or cold, can't tell texture of cloth or the type of coin you are holding. Sensations in the muscles are tingling or pain, and these sensations can have many causes, from pinched nerves in the neck or arm, to tiredness or strain of the muscles. If it doesn't go away in a week or two, have a physician examine you. ...Read more
Numbness in right arm with chest pain felt in back and front of right side when coughing, what can this be?
After I masturbate, I sleep and in the middle of the night, im awaken by numbness in my right arm. What is the cause of this?
My husband has the feeling of numbness in his right arm up to his finger for about 3 weeks now. He is 46. What could be wrong?
Why is it when I walk I sometimes notice that my right arm is swinging fine but my left arm is completely limp and at my side?
Just by habit, I wo-:
Uld think. Cannot think of a specific cause as such.
Do you have any numbness or any neuro symptoms? ...Read more
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