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Nerve twitching in pinky

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I had a reverse shoulder replacement . Somehow the nerve in my arm must have been damaged. My ring and pinky fingers will not work. I have had electrical stimulation and have been working with a hand ... View answer

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Dr. Rakhi Tayal MD

. no strength in my fingers and pinky and ring finger are numb.. When I look at the side of my hand (away from the thumb),next to the base of the pinky, the flesh is indented....sort of drawn in. What do I... View answer

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Dr. Rajinder Bajoria MD

Hello.. my neurologist diagnosed the tingling , numbness in my left pinky and ring finger as damage to my Ulnar nerve .. I am going for an EMG and EEG testing next week, but now I see bruises on my left ... View answer

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Dr. Saurabh Gupta MD

My pinkie toe on my left foot is very tender,it's red and the nail looks black , I did not bang it into any objects, and it is painful to walk what's going on? ... View answer

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Dr.  Praveen Tayal MD

What causes a feeling like sometime is in between or wrap around my pinky toe in left foot ... View answer

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Dr.   Pradeep Kumar Jain MD

Please explain what do you mean by pinkies.

Dr.  T Chandrakant MD

This may go away. Get an opinion of a neurologist and you may need nerve conduction study and MRI of the neck to see for any incidental discs.

Dr. Karl Logan MD

This could be carpal or cubital tunnel syndrome which is compression of the median nerve at the wrist in the carpal tunnel or the ulna nerve in the cubital tunnel at the back of the elbow. If the thumb side...