Left Hand Numb And Tingling?
Hello Nirwana Tiasha, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
Some causes of your complaint include:
Inflammation of the bones or joints (Rheumatoid arthritis)
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Peripheral nerve damage
Vitamin B12 deficiency
Disorders of nasal blood vessels
Sores on the nose area
Blood clotting disorders
Numb complaints and tingling in the hands can be caused by disorders of the nerves in the hands, electrolyte disturbances or vitamin B12 deficiency. As for nosebleeds can occur due to scratching of the nose, due to colds or inflammation of the nasal and sinus area that is prolonged, disruption of the nasal arteries, and also disorders of blood clots.
But to be able to determine the exact cause of your complaint, you should be checked by a neurologist or ENT specialist. Your doctor needs additional information about your complaint, a physical examination of your nose directly or other supporting examinations such as blood tests, nerve impulse tests in order to help determine the cause of your complaint.
It is better to consult a doctor immediately if there is a weakness in the hand area, or if there is a nosebleed for more than 20 minutes. Some things you can do at home between others:
If there is a nosebleed you can sit up straight, lean forward, squeeze your nose with your thumb and index finger for 10 minutes, and put a cold compress on the base of the nose
Get enough rest and consume at least 2 liters of water a day
Eat foods with balanced nutrition
Avoid smoking or consuming alcohol
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Hopefully this information can be useful for you. thank you