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What are the causes of tingling in both hands?

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Dr. Otto Placik
Surgery - Plastics
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In brief: Bilat hand tingling

There are several causes.
For example, hyperventialation or chemical/electrolyte abnormalities may be to blame. However, one must also search for central nervous system or spinal cord etiologies.

In brief: Bilat hand tingling

There are several causes.
For example, hyperventialation or chemical/electrolyte abnormalities may be to blame. However, one must also search for central nervous system or spinal cord etiologies.
Dr. Otto Placik
Dr. Otto Placik
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Dr. Eon Shin
Orthopedic Surgery

In brief: Nerve injury

In general, numbness and tingling is the sequelae of a nerve injury or a nerve compression.
The most common cause of numbness and tingling is carpal tunnel syndrome, which represents nerve compression at the wrists. However, nerve compression can also occur in the neck, shoulders, elbows, and forearms. It is often necessary to under an "electrodiagnostic evaluation" to elucidate this further.

In brief: Nerve injury

In general, numbness and tingling is the sequelae of a nerve injury or a nerve compression.
The most common cause of numbness and tingling is carpal tunnel syndrome, which represents nerve compression at the wrists. However, nerve compression can also occur in the neck, shoulders, elbows, and forearms. It is often necessary to under an "electrodiagnostic evaluation" to elucidate this further.
Dr. Eon Shin
Dr. Eon Shin
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