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Left Hand Weird Sensation
Dr. from past couple of months, in my left hand i am experiencing weird sensation ( mungi aana ) right from shoulder to my finger tips. This sensation lasts for 10-15 secs. Initially i thought it may be because of my sleep position so i changed the same but still this sensation persists. When ever i do anything with my left hand .. holding cell phone, driving, reading newspaper or book, or working on laptop etc. i get this sensation. Frequency of this is almost 8 to 9 times in a day. I had done my Blood Glucose tested and its normal. Please suggest.
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Dr. D Giridhar Balaji (PT)
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plz visit near by physio for thorough assessment followed by Orthopedic surgeons if some medication looks to be required!
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Cause of tingling may vary from cervical spondylosis to compressions of nerve in your upper limb Kindly get yourself examined from Orthopedic or physician They will guide you further after examination
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Dr. Reuban Daniel C (PT)
Physiotherapist 13 yrs exp Bangalore
My first question is are you an IT employee or a person who use Laptop more? If yes then are you keeping your hand on a sharp surface while typing? Are you protruding your neck to peep into your screen? All these can cumulatively cause this pain and it's an early symptom of RSI which means Repetitive Strain injury.Treatment is very simple Posture correction and please don't hesitate to visit an orthopedic doctor and followed by few physiotherapy sessions with Myotherapy and Electrotherapy.
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Dr. Arpita Shah
Occupational Therapist 9 yrs exp Mumbai
Tingling numbness that you are experiencing may be due to nerve compression in the cervical area. You need to go to an orthopedic surgeon and get yourself examined. He may suggest a few tests to arrive at a complete diagnosis. Treatment varies from medicines to exercises to and posture correction.
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