Right Hand Pain To The Neck To The Head.?
Prosperous Doctor ,,,, My doctor has a complaint that I want to ask questions This doctor My right hand on the lower elbow Feels Very Pain And Above the Elbow precisely in the part of the folds with my hand There is a kind of lump and the lumps appear to be getting bigger and this pain to the back of the neck. And on the back.Height on the right when I move right and left motion There is a sound like a tight vein “It’s sick It’s been almost 1 yearAnd now I feel a tingling in my right handDoctor hurts whether the pain that I sufferedTek and thank you doctor
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The human nervous system is a system consisting of the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord), and the peripheral nervous system (nerves that supply muscles and other organs). Therefore, if there is an abnormality, interference with the nerves or other diseases, pain can arise that can spread to several places, depending on the area of innervation. Especially for nerves in the hand, starting from the brain, down to the brain stem in the neck, and then to the spinal cord, and spread out from the neck and back of the chest to innervate the muscles in the upper arm, forearm, and fingers.
On the other hand, all abnormal lumps in the human body can be called tumors, and are generally divided into two types, namely benign and malignant tumors. Benign tumors have several characteristics, including having relatively slow growth, easy to move, soft, having a flat / regular edge, not easily spreading to other places. Whereas in malignant tumors, it usually grows quickly, attaches to the surrounding tissue (difficult to move), is denser / harder, has uneven edges, and is easily spread. However, to ensure this difference must be by histopathological examination (examination of tissue under a microscope).
Some types of diseases that can occur to you include: ulnar nerve injury, lipoma, HNP cervicalis, and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. If you feel that these symptoms occur frequently, often repeatedly, and have disrupted your activities and rest, I suggest to see a general practitioner or neurologist, so that a more complete examination, and appropriate treatment.
Some things you can do at home are:
Sleep and sit in the correct position
Gently massage the part that feels pain
Rest the painful body parts, by not doing heavy physical activity or lifting heavy objects
If the pain is disturbing, you can take anti-pain medication that has a green logo and is sold freely at the pharmacy, with the rules of use as stated on the package
So, hopefully you can help.