The Cause Of Pain In The Shoulder That Feels To The Tips Of The Fingers?
Please inform the doctor. Yesterday morning when I woke up arrived u0026sup2; my shoulder hurts. So to raise your hand feels very painful. I don’t know if it was suppressed for a long time when I happened to coincide when I was facing left and the one with a left shoulder. If I push with the tip of the finger, the end of the shoulder may also hurt, it will feel aching all over the shoulder to the tip of the hand. It’s been 2 days the pain hasn’t disappeared, then I massage u0026sup2; home alone. There is no tingling during this pain. Please help if there are symptoms of serious illness?
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the shoulder that feels to the fingertips may be caused by nerve disorders, for example due to injuries, tumors or infections that suppress the nerves, peripheral neuropathy, multiple sclerosis, malnutrition, disorders in the brain and spinal cord, and many other possible triggers. Not only pain, nerve disorders can also make your hands feel weak and even paralyzed when used in activities.
In addition to nerve disorders, it can also be pain that you feel arises due to other triggers, such as rheumatoid arthritis, viral or bacterial infections, fibromyalgia, psychological disorders, metabolic disorders, tendinitis, and so on.
Does your condition occur related to a serious illness, of course the answer can only be known when a direct examination has been done, it is not enough just to consult online like this. Therefore, you should check yourself directly to the doctor or neurologist, yes. To be clear about the cause of your complaint, the doctor may later recommend that you undergo an x-ray examination, CT scan, or other supporting tests.
In the meantime, you should not just carelessly massage the shoulder to your aching fingers. Safer, so that pain is reduced, you warm compresses or apply a pain reliever cream on your shoulder to your fingertips. Rest your hands on the side that is in pain so as not to overactivate. Wear comfortable clothes, exercise regularly, drink a lot, and eat a variety of nutritious foods, especially those that contain rich B vitamin complexes, calcium, potassium, and magnesium.
Hope this helps ...