Causes for tingling and warm sensation in left forearm arm and hand?

Best to . Consult with your physician . It is possible that you have a pinched nerve that caused the tingling and warm sensation. Need to know how often, how long and frequency of occurrence. Make sure you are not developing neuropathy or possible side effects from your medicines.Your doctor knows you best.

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Back pain in lumbar area, woke up out of a dead sleep with sharp pain in left forearm and left tingling hand and pain goin into hand. Cause/related?

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Should . See a doctor. Clots in the veins and infection are possibilities for your symptoms. Arm ultrasound may be needed for further evaluation. Read more...
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