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My left hand has felt very weak, itchy/numb and floppy constantly. Concerned?

hello, since saturday my left hand has felt very weak and floppy. i dont feel like i have any strengh in it and its kind of an itchy/numb feeling. its constantly there and doesn't come and go but there are times i notice it more than others. i am 25 years old and female. I'm just a little concerned and would like to put my mind at rest
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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Weakness and numbness is usually attributed to peripheral nerve problems although other causes may be there. First of all, has the weakness increased/progressed since it started? Did you have any injury to your arm? Any radiating pain form your neck or shoulder?
In Any case i would advise you to consult a neurologist/ physician as soon as possible so that you can be examined and the exact cause of your symptoms can be known.
Take care
Answered: Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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