Causes Of The Right Fingertip Often Throbbing?
Hi??rnWhy does my right fingertip often feel numb at night when it feels like it’s being paid in installments??
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A throbbing and numb sensation in your fingers may occur if your fingers are pressed for a long time, for example when you wear jewelry, watches, or clothes that are too tight. It could also, complaints arise when you bend your fingers or wrist for too long. As a result, the tissue around the finger can experience a lack of oxygen and sensation disturbances, such as tingling or numbness, appear. To compensate for this condition, the blood vessels around the finger will beat faster to restore blood perfusion. This can cause a throbbing sensation.
In addition, your complaint could also arise due to other reasons, for example:
Infections, eg folliculitis, Herpes zoster Pronichia (cantengan) Deficiency of vitamins B1, B6, B12 Carpal tunnel syndrome (compression of the median nerve at the wrist) Ulnar nerve compression Peripheral neuropathy (damage to the peripheral nerves) Arthritis (inflammation of the joints), eg due to gout, rheumatoid arthritis Somatoform disorders, etc. You can try compressing the area of the finger that often throbs using warm water to improve blood flow around it. Avoid excessive pressure on the fingers and hands, for example by not wearing jewelry, watches, or clothing that is too tight, and not bending your fingers or wrists for too long. Eat a healthy and nutritious diet, and exercise regularly.
If you feel there is no improvement after undergoing the steps above, don't hesitate to check with your doctor directly.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah