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Needle pricking sensation and numbness in hands. History of Tendonitis

hello. Over the past few months I ve had this continous needle pricking sensation in my left hand/fingers. Years I go I was told I had a tendonitis in my hands due to my typing, however now I feel its worse than that. I find my left arm/hands get numb, but its the needle prick sensation thats the realy bother and its more often than not.
Asked On : Sun, 8 Jul 2012
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it sounds like you may have entrapment of the median or ulnar nerves to your hand. the location of the numbness would help distinguish which nerve is affected.
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