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I have a severe pain in my palm of my hand. Could this be something serious?

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Dr. Michael Gofeld
Pain Management
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In brief: Neuralgia

Severe, especially lancinating or electric-like, pain in palm may be related to a nerve pain (neuralgia).
Either median nerve or ulnar nerve are most commonly affected.

In brief: Neuralgia

Severe, especially lancinating or electric-like, pain in palm may be related to a nerve pain (neuralgia).
Either median nerve or ulnar nerve are most commonly affected.
Dr. Michael Gofeld
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Dr. Mark Einbecker
Surgery - Hand Surgery

In brief: Could be

Severe pain should not be ignored, especially if it has been present for more than just transient periods.
This is your body's way of letting you know there is a problem. It is time to let your physician see this.

In brief: Could be

Severe pain should not be ignored, especially if it has been present for more than just transient periods.
This is your body's way of letting you know there is a problem. It is time to let your physician see this.
Dr. Mark Einbecker
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