What does tingling in right arm and hand mean?

Possib pinched nerve. More information is needed. Depending on the location of the tingling, and which fingers are affected, the possibilities include carpal tunnel syndrome, ulnar nerve compression or cervical radiculopathy ( pinched nerve in neck).

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Tingling in right arm and hand?

Paresthesia. Altered sensation of the arm and hand is often produced by compression of the nerve somewhere along the course of the nerve from your neck to your fingertips. Common locations are in the neck, at the intermuscular septum in the upper arm, at the "funnybone" and in the carpal tunnel in the wrist. Read more...
Nerve symptoms. Might be due to carpal tunnel, nerve pinching at elbow (cubital tunnel), but also neck and shoulder may have problems. Sort out and confirm with your doc, and perhaps get confirmatory testing. Occas, bilat symptoms due to some medicines, and rarely an issue with cardiac disease (but over left arm, not the right). Read more...

What can cause tingling in my right arm and hand?

Most likely. You probably have some nerve compression at either elbow or wrist. Would be unlikely that this is due to vascular or systemic issues. See your physician and get examined. Read more...

Tingling and numbness in right arm and hand?

Tingling. Sounds like a pinched nerve. Take an anti-inflammatory and if no improvement get a medical evaluation. Read more...
Be seen. The most likely cause is a cervical Radiculopathy, which is basically a pinched nerve in the neck. But because of the association of cardiac disease and left shoulder and arm complaints, you would be well served to be seen. Peripheral nerve entrapment syndromes such as carpal tunnel syndrome are also a possible cause. Read more...

What could be the reason for right arm and hand tingling when sitting down or when arm moves a certain way?

Nerve problem. a cervical nerve (exiting the spinal cord at the neck) could be impinged, and certain movements or positions make it worse. Evaluation should start by your primary care physician, and possibly X-rays and/or MRI per your Dr.'s discretion. Read more...

I just want to know possible causes of my right arm and hand tingling every time I urinate.

Wow ... that's an. unusual association! One might speculate that a change in position in your low back/lumbar spine when you sit on the toilet might cause some nerve compression but it's hard to imagine this effect in the upper spine where nerves to arms/hands exit. Perhaps this is a valsalva (push to urinate) effect, though hard to imagine, too. I can only suggest discussion with your doctor/probably a Neurologist. Read more...

I've had numbing tingling in right arm&hand, along with hand and wrist stiffness for 8 days now what can cause this and what dr should I see?

See your doctor. Your symptoms could be due to any number of things, from carpal tunnel syndrome to tendonitis, a nerve problem or maybe even a temporary pain from bad arm positioning during sleep. Many other possibilities. See your regular doctor who can ask you more questions and examine your muscles and nerves. Your doc should be able to determine if you need to see a specialist, and if so, which kind. Read more...