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Blood circulation, pain while sleeping, no sensation in the hands, pain below the head - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hi
User :   hello dr
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Please proceed with your query.
User :   from last two three days while sleeping i got very much pain in my both hands and also feel tht problem in blood surculation
User :   in hands
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Can you elaborate the symptoms along with pain?
User :   in hindi you can say "sun" means no feeling then i shake my hands then they start pain
User :   oppsite side of hands
User :   yes some time below my head
Doctor :   Did you pressurise on your hands while sleeping?
User :   even now thier is some pain when i press them
Doctor :   OK
Doctor :   After going through the description provided by you, I feel that there is nothing to worry as this just due to pressure on the nerves while sleeping producing numbness.
Doctor :   This would heal on its own and there would be no treatment required.
Doctor :   Only thing to do is to avoid such circumstances in future.
Doctor :   Did you follow my suggestions?
User :   yes sir
User :   no thanks
User :   thank you so much
Doctor :   Are there any more queries for me to help you with?
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me
Doctor :   Take care
Doctor :   Bye for now.
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