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Pain numbness tingling in right arm when sleeping numbness tingling during the day when working with hands pain mostly in wrist can be up to arm pit.
Hi.Thanks for posting on HCM.
Pain, numbness and tingling are neurological symptoms which means one of the nerves supplying your hand might have been compressed.If you have diabetes get your blood sugars(get adequate treatment if they are high).I suggest to meet an orthopedician for further management.Hope this helps.Take care.
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