I'm experiencing left leg and arm numbness, extreme discomfort + tingling in the pinky and ring finger for a year, could it be ulnar nerve neuropathy?

Partly ulnar nerve. The leg symptoms could not be caused by an ulnar nerve condition, but the finger symptoms could be. You may wish to have nerve conduction testing to help confirm the diagnosis. http://www.neurocuro.com/peripheral-nerve-entrapment/
Not all. Ulnar neuropathy would not explain all of the symptoms since it would only involve the upper extremity. To account for symptoms in the arm and leg would suggest either a process that that diffusely affects nerves in the arm and leg or a process in the spinal cord. A thorough neurological examination should help to differentiate.

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I noticed tingling & numbness in my left pinky & ring finger. Seems like my ulnar nerve is the culprit. Last 2 days my hand & arm seem weak, tho.

See Neurologist. Could be a nerve injury. U need evaluated soon so corrective measures can be made before nerve(s) become permanently damaged and lose function. Neurologist is best for this, however often hard to see quickly. So, likely will need an er visit to assess: go during the day, on a weekday, not a holiday, and plan to wait. Tests/consult take time, but are way faster than out-pt. Bigger hospital better. Read more...
Time for consult. It is time to see a specialist for a thorough evaluation. Don't delay. Specialists that commonly treat this type if problem include neurosurgery, orthopaedic surgery and plastic surgery. Good luck. Read more...
Poss ulnar nerve. You are right this could be due to your ulnar nerve. Since you have weakness you will want to get this checked. A nerve conduction study and treatment may be in your near future. http://www.neurocuro.com/peripheral-nerve-entrapment/ Read more...

With fall on outstretched hand, had wrist sprain in er. Now have tingling little finger and sharp pain from elbow to hand. Is this ulnar nerve damage?

Possible. The ulnar nerve does travel from the inner aspect of the elbow to the palm of the hand on the side of the little finger. A fall on the out stretched hand could injury the nerve. If symptoms persists see your doctor. Read more...
Ulnar n irritation. Yor ulnar nerve is bruised or irritated. You might have a hook of the hamate fracture causing the ulnar nerve problem. You need to see a hand surgeon and if appropriate they will order a ct of the wrist. Read more...
Get evaluated. Symptoms of nerve damage can range from a numbness and tingling sensation, possibly a burning sensation, to an uncomfortable painful sensation of the extremities. For some, these symptoms are mild, while for others, they can be severe and disabling. Neuropathy can develop as a result of a pinched nerve, trauma, drug side effect, and some diseases such as diabetes. See your physician. Read more...

I have arm pain and I'm not sure what it is I'm 22 yrs. Old and I've been having right hand/arm/shoulder pain since may of this year. It started out as feeling like an issue will the ulnar nerve but now my pinky and ring finger don't get numb. It's an ove

You . You need to have a complete medical evaluation. This could be caused by a joint problem in the shoulder or it could be coming from your spine such as a disc. As you are having weakness it is very important that you have an immediate medical evaluation. You may need imaging studies or a nerve conduction test. Read more...
Check the neck. Its important to establish a diagnosis. Hand/arm/shoulder pain could be referred. Common referred sources include: abdomen, heart and neck. Shoulder sources include: arthritis, labral tears, instability, tendinitis, rotator cuff tears, bursitis, painful bony spurs etc. Therefore proper diagnosis is essential to stopping the pain. See an orthopedic surgeon. Good luck! Read more...

Elbow clicks when bent, been 2 years. Numbness in pinky and ring finger, gone when no physical activity for a few weeks. Maybe ulnar nerve?

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Is painful tingling and numbness on the top of my hand (in back of my 4th & 5th fingers) “normal progression” for a person who suffered a bruised ulnar nerve years ago?

Not necessarily. Would get repeat emg's to verify any progression and see an orthopedist to see if there is something he can do to relieve the pressure placed on the nerve at the elbow. Read more...
It could be for sure. You should visit a hand surgeon as you may have chronic irritation of the ulnar nerve in your elbow, cubital tunnel syndrome from compression of the ulnar nerve in your elbow affecting the fingers you mentioned. Ultimately an MRI maybe needed. Read more...