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Numbness in arm, worsens on sleeping, difficulty in moving things. Advice for treatment?

Ive had this numbness in my right arm for a few months, it comes and goes but has been occurring a lot more lately. When I am sleeping it is sometimes worse. It starts mainly at my elbow and goes down to my hand and upper arm. Its a numbness tingling pain, sometimes very hard to move and do things. What do you think it could be and what can I do at home and what should I ask my doctor to do?
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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Thank you for asking question on health care magic
it seems to be neural affection. if asociated with loss of pain sensation and heat sensation, with thickness of ulnar nerve,probably it is hensens disease.
consult a dermotologist for further advice
Hope this answer will serve your purpose
Take care
Dr.M.V.Subrahmanyam MD;DCH
Associate professor of pediatrics
Answered: Sat, 27 Jul 2013
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