anti inflammatory medication may help
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The brachial plexus
forms a network or group of nerves that come off of the spinal cord
It sends off branches that are responsible for sensation and movement in the upper limbs (arms, forearms and hands). Branches supply the fingers as well.
The nerves pass through under the clavicle
, go towards the axilla
and are affected by injury
to the shoulder as they relate to the different muscles in the shoulder area.
Any injury to the shoulder, depending on the nerve affected, can result in altered feelings or change in movement of different parts of the upper limb.
The muscle or joint injury to your shoulder would have affected the nerves supplying sensation to the fingers. It is quite possible that it is temporary and may resolve on its own.
Other than trauma, the other causes of abnormal sensations are: (1)vitamin b12
(3)liver or kidney disease
(4)exposure to toxins
(5)side effect of medication
(6)idiopathic- cause not known
You can consider the use of anti inflammatory pain medication such as advil or aleve, these should be used on a full stomach.
If there is no relief with these meds or worsening then you should consider visiting your doctor for assessment.
I hope this helps, feel free to ask any other questions