Fall on an outstretched hand is notorious for causing fractures
and sudden muscle injuries. From your symptoms, it is unlikely that you have a fracture since you do not have severe pain
in your upper limb or a profound bruising. The shooting pains is probably due to muscle pull occurring during the incident and the tingling
is a temporary phenomenon which can occur after trauma. You simply need to take analgesics for the time being and go on to consult a doctor if the pain is aggravated despite taking the medications.