Okay to start off I am 19 years old and pregnant with my second child. After I had my daughter who is now only 15 months old, I breast fed her for the first 9 months of her life. When i would feed her on my right breast my right hand would go numb with quite a bit of pain. I wasnt sure if it was normal or not and it only happened on the right side and only when i was feeding her so at the time I did not worry to much and just put up with it. I am now 35 weeks pregnant with my son and the condition has gotten much worse. It is now in both of my arms, hands and fingers and happens all the time. When i feed my daughter off a spoon my fingers and hands lose sensation, when i drive my fingers, hands and forarms go numb and it is quite painful. It also happens just when i am sitting watching some tv or not doing anything at all. For the past 3 weeks every morning when i wake up both arms are completely numb from shoulder to fingers and it is very painful, it takes about 15 minutes to regain any sensation. As a matter of fact the fingers on my right hand are going numb as I type. It is painful and I would just like some kind of idea as to why this keeps happening. I have made an appt with my doctor but the army hospital here is crazy and my appt is not for 3 months and my OBGYN has no answers for me. Any advice or suggestions are welcome thank you!!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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