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Have pain in finger and palm, tingling sensation at finger tip. pain and cramps in knee. What is the cause?

Hi, I have finger pain in my left hand . Also palm have pain at varying location. It is not constant. Few times I experience burning sensation or tingling at any finger tip. My left thigh and led is also feel muscle pain and sometimes few cramps in knee. But nothing is constant at one location and keeps varying its presence. What could be the reasons for this. Thanks VD
Asked On : Mon, 4 Jun 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Joint Replacement 's  Response
Are you a smoker. It can cause such sensation called parasthesia. I would also suggest you to get your serum B 12 estimation as lack of vitamin B12 causes tingling and numbness and burning in upper and lower limb.You should also get your vitamin D level analyse.Till that time you finished with all those investigation i would recommend you to take Pregabalin M tablet.

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