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Numbness on fingers

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 8, 2015
  • 09:00 PM

I have numbness on my right fingers. It feels worse when the weather is cold. Anybody has the same issue?


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  • Mine started doing this and then it got to where I would drive pain and burning would begin or if I held my phone to ear for a time. Also would wake up with severe burning like my fingers were on fire. My fingers are numb. Went to ortho and he said its carperal tunnel and requires surgery to cut the nerves to stop it all. My sister had the same exp and after surgery no problems. I went to pharmacy and bought hand braces which help relieve the pain and burning. This will comfort u til u can see an ortho dr and get surgery done. Anti inflammatory is helpful and Motrin or ibuprofen til then too. You will def notice you hv this with additional clumsyness or dropping things as well. Gd luck
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  • Carperal tunnel.
    I became clumsy dropping things then it got to where severe burning and pain vegan espec driving holding phone to eat etc. and worst is it waking u up at nite burning off. Surgery is needed to cut the nerves to stop it.
    Until u can hv that done best thing to do is anti inflammatory ibuprofen and go to pharmacy and buy a hand brace.
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  • You can check out this why it happens http://www.buzzle.com/articles/causes-of-numbness-in-fingers.html
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  • Hi,
    My hands go cramps and couple of finger tops turns yellowish then numbness on both hand fingers, when the whether is cold, I don't know why? I live in London this is happening since Nov 2013. Could anyone please tell why it happens?
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