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I am on blood pressure meds and my left hand fingers are numb, why are they num?

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Dr. Bennett Werner
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: neuritis

Your symptoms suggest neuritis.
Since it's unilateral (affecting only 1 hand), compression is the most likely cause. Compression can occur at a higher level, but carpal tunnel syndrome is the more common cause. A more thorough eval will lead to the cause.

In brief: neuritis

Your symptoms suggest neuritis.
Since it's unilateral (affecting only 1 hand), compression is the most likely cause. Compression can occur at a higher level, but carpal tunnel syndrome is the more common cause. A more thorough eval will lead to the cause.
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