Pricking pain in fingers
Pain in fingers of both the hands, master health check up is completely normal, even rheumatoid factor n CRP test were negative. The pain is not continuous, nor there is swelling. It's priking pain in fingers in some random sites, including joints that comes and goes very often. No stiffness, no pain with movement. Even visited a neurologist and nerve test was negative. Feeling of tiredness in shoulders at times.
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Hello There, Probable causes of this problem may be:- 1) Aggravated Vat Dosha 2) Atherosclerosis - Micro level 3) Transient Neuritis attacks 4) Chronic nutrients deficiency 5) Chronic infection 6) Chronic Allergy 7) Weakness. Consult Privately online-Telephone-Video or visit personally for proper management of diseases. NAP Therapy Medicines treatment is ultimate solution for Chronic Degenerative disease.
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