About Jan 10 I started noticing lumps on my arms. First on my right, then left, then right buttock .... No skin break. Now my right forearm is numb on the dorsal side. Just in a strip. Are these lumps going ...
tight and tense and my arms, mostly my leftarm, feel like they are about to gonumb. kind of like like ... when im sitting and also when im standing and it comes and goes but it hurts quite a bit. they pain ...
I have dull numbness and tingling on my left side. My tongue , face, leg, arm , the entire left side. It has been going on for 3 years, and is constant. The other day my leftarm got especially weak ...
Im 32 female, my chin and lower lip are numb all the time and now it feels like part of my face is too, my leftarm feels like needles every once in awhile, and some times I loose feeling in both my ...
Why does the bicep in my leftarm feel like it's being squeezed and the ring and middle finger's gonumb ?
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See an Internist
Get yourself examined
At times, basic investigation may be necessary...
Atypical presentation from neck spine (nerve root irritation), heart, chest, electrolytes and so on may be responsible
Wishing speedy recovery
My leftarm keeps goingnumb on the outside of my elbow..why?
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I think it due to nerve compression. Sometime due to excessive using a elbow at particular action, lead to nerve compression at lateral side of elbow which lead to numbness. nothing to worry about it. Go for physiotherapy and it would help u to overcome the problem.
hello my name is michael my letf arm and shoulder has been hurting for 5 days now can you all tell me why its hurting and what i need and can do about my arm?
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Pain in arm and shoulder could be due to external trauma to joint If you any history of sudden lifting of heavy weight or any twisting movements of arm would have caused injury to muscles or ligaments of joint resulting in pain.
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