Right hand finger numnes?

See doctor. Rule out disease like carpal tunnel syndrome, radiculopathe, neuropathy and vascular problems.
Carpal tunnel? If the numbness is in the thumb, pointer, and/or middle finger, it could be carpal tunnel syndrome. This is from nerve compression in the wrist, usually caused by repetitive actions, such as typing. Best to see your primary care doctor for an examination.

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I have numbness in my middle right hand finger?

Carpal tunnel . The most common cause of numbness in the middle finger of the hand is compression of the median nerve at the wrist. The middle finger is followed by the index finger, thumb and half of the ring finger. If you also have blanching of the finger along with numbness you may have raynaud's syndrome, a vascular constriction brought on by cold. Wrist position can affect the numbness. Read more...

What could be the cause for numbness in my right hand from shoulders to fingers?

Many things. The problem could or be anywhere from the spinal cord, to a nerve root to the brachial plexus to a peripheral nerve. A brain problem is less likely since you do not mention a problem with your face. A neurologist can help determine what the problem might be. The cause of this type of symptom is usually not serious, fortunately. Read more...
C6 cervical radiculo. Radiculopathy shoulder to fingers most likely most comon even withhout neck pain cervical MRI to confirm after dr eval and pexam look for disc herniation at c56 anything else is incidental for these symptoms , with TIA history unlikely cerebral event is on differential see neurologist review and control vascular disease risk factors. Read more...
Possiible the neck. Numbness is usually a neurologic complaint. There may be a number of possible causes of shoulder pain and hand numbness. One possible cause is a "pinched nerve" in the neck. Consider seeing a dictor for an exam and appropriate studies. Thank you for the question. Read more...

Have numbness in my right hand finger tips for the past 9 months and seems to be getting worse.

Numb fingers. This can happen with a pinched nerve in the wrist. Carpal tunnel syndrome is a pinched nerve and the fingers affected are the middle fingers. Ulnar nerve compression will affect 4th and 5th fingers. Radial nerve compression will affect thumb. What other symptoms do you have? Otherwise, think of C-spine compression or axilla compression. Read more...

I have numbness in the fingers of my right hand. Whatcould be the reason?

Many Possibilities. This could be due to injured nerves or lack of blood flow. I would need more information and perform a physical exam to arrive at a diagnosis. Read more...
Carpal tunnel. Could be carpal tunnel. See your doctor for evaluation. Read more...
Sensory system. Numbness in the right fingers indicates a problem with the sensory system, at the level of the nerves, the nerve roots, the spinal cord, or the brain. There are many causes of numbness and the specific details such as the location, your medical history, and associated symptoms can help to diagnose it. Read more...
Numb Fingers. This may very well be an injury or the common problem known as carpal tunnel syndrome. There are hand clinics that may be able to help you. Read more...

Numbness on right hand just on mi pinky sometimes on ring finger what could this be?

Ulne nerve issue. Your symptoms are fairly consistent with ulnar nerve entrapment. It is usually caused by repeated pressure of elbow along the 'funny bone' area where the nerve travels along before it reaches the 4th and 5th fingers. Try wearing a elbow pad with a sleeve especially during sleep to see if it helps. If symptoms get worse, then consult your doctor for further evaluation and treatment. Read more...

I always experience numbness in my fingers on my right hand. What could be wrong? Thank you.

Carpal tunnel. If the numbness is more of the palmar side of the hand and spares the 5th finger, it is likely to be carpal tunnel syndrome. Read more...
Several things. If you only have numbness in the finger on one hand it suggest that this is likely related to some degree of anatomic nerve compression rather than a concerning toxic-metabolic nerve problem(like in diabetes). It could be related to compression of one of the nerves at the level of the wrist, elbow or even from the neck. You'd be wise to see your doctor for an inperson evaluation. Read more...
Neuropathy. This sounds like neuropathy. This could be caused by multiple things such as medicaitons, metabolic disorders, blood disorders, impingment syndromes. The best thing to do woul dbe to see your doctor so appropriate testing could be performed. Read more...
Numbness in hand. may reflect an irritation along specific nerves that are responsible for sensory in those areas. Only a detailed physical examination and /or lab tests, studies can diagnose your particular case. The nerve may be irritated in your wrist as in carpal tunnel, or in your elbow or near your neck as in cervical disc pathologies. Central causes do exist as well as in MS. See your Doctor for guidance. Read more...