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Swellen hand
My right hand whole arm n finger get swell,tight and pain deep in like in bone in blood.. not able to explain pain. However pain is not in outer surface or call feel by touch. It's just all over on hand blood seems. It get beeter sometimes by itself and come again
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Ur nerve has been compress.. Plz use icepack
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Due to compression of nerve this causes pain in hand and tingling sensation in fingers causing numbness, if its that take an xray of cs and consult back or consult in person with neuro physician or physiotherapist for proper diagnosis and treatment.
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It May Be Due To Nerve Compression in The Cervical Spine. A Video Examination is Required To Diagnose The Right Disease.
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Get yourself x-ray done. Visit Orthopedic Surgeon first and then go to Physiotherapist or you can Consult Us by clicking start chat button. Your Pain can be Cured and you will feel alot better.
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the pain maybe caused due to a never compression most probably. if there is tingling sensation to then most definitely it is a nerve issue and if not id rather suggest you to talk to a physio conveying more issues that you face regarding this for a proper and neat diagnosis
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