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What can you do for tingling hands and fingers?
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Dr. Thomas Namey
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Make sure you do not
Have carpal tunnel and ulnar neuropathy.
It would be unlikely to be neuropathy, since your feet are most frequently affected. These are quite common, frequently transient (i get both occasionallly while mt biking, but an injection may cure either problem, or simple surgery.

In brief: Make sure you do not
Have carpal tunnel and ulnar neuropathy.
It would be unlikely to be neuropathy, since your feet are most frequently affected. These are quite common, frequently transient (i get both occasionallly while mt biking, but an injection may cure either problem, or simple surgery.
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Dr. Shawn Hennigan
If having symptoms at night, a splint may be quite helpful. It keeps your wrist from bending down, which can aggravate the problem.
Dr. F. Thomas Kaplan
Surgery - Hand Surgery
In brief: Splint, see hand doc
May be carpal or cubital tunnel syndrome.
Sleeping in a brace may be helpful, but if persistent symptoms see a hand surgeon to confirm the diagnosis and recommend treatment. Left untreated, if symptoms become constant, nerve damage can occur.

In brief: Splint, see hand doc
May be carpal or cubital tunnel syndrome.
Sleeping in a brace may be helpful, but if persistent symptoms see a hand surgeon to confirm the diagnosis and recommend treatment. Left untreated, if symptoms become constant, nerve damage can occur.
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