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What can cause numbness and tingling on the right hand?

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Dr. Anthony Mosley
Neurology
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In brief: Need an eval

Only an evaluation by your physician can answer this, but common causes are compression of a peripheral nerve (eg carpal tunnel, which is compression of the median nerve at the wrist), or compassion of certain nerve roots leaving the neck spinal cord, among other possibilities.

In brief: Need an eval

Only an evaluation by your physician can answer this, but common causes are compression of a peripheral nerve (eg carpal tunnel, which is compression of the median nerve at the wrist), or compassion of certain nerve roots leaving the neck spinal cord, among other possibilities.
Dr. Anthony Mosley
Dr. Anthony Mosley
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In brief: Nerve pinching

Various causes in order of frequency: carpal tunnel syndrome (due to keyboarding?), ulnar nerve at elbow, problems in shoulder area (thoracic outlet, pect.
Minor), nerve compressed at neck. Get to your doc and have this examined, as usually very successful outcomes here, .

In brief: Nerve pinching

Various causes in order of frequency: carpal tunnel syndrome (due to keyboarding?), ulnar nerve at elbow, problems in shoulder area (thoracic outlet, pect.
Minor), nerve compressed at neck. Get to your doc and have this examined, as usually very successful outcomes here, .
Dr. Bennett Machanic
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