The Cause Of Tingling Hands, Bent Hands With Numb Legs
Hello doctor, good evening. I want to ask, the right hand is tingling, aching, numbness, heat, cramps of the left hand finger too, until the thumb fingers are deformed or slightly twisted, the left right toe is just as painful, the pain in the thumb, index finger, and middle finger. Also on the back of the back of the arm both hurt and the pulse is also accompanied by excessive heat … Please reply well ??, the problem is that for years it has not healed !?
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complaints of pins and needles and stiffness and cramps can be caused by nerve-eating normally this is temporary and will heal by itself, but if this has continued to eat this can not be considered trivial and treatment should be given. There are several possible causes that occur related to your complaint including:
trigger finger or stenosing tenosynovitis: a condition that causes the fingers to stiffen in certain positions. The finger may bend or straighten with certain events, such as triggers that are pulled and released.
carpal tunnel syndrome or carpal tunnel syndrome: This condition is a type of nerve damage caused by repetitive pressure and irritation of the median nerve in the hand.
Rheumatoid arthritis is one type of arthritis
Palmar fibromatosisatau dupuytren contracture is thickening of collagen tissue under the skin of the palm. In addition to thickening, collagen tissue will also tighten, so that the fingers are stiff and pulled into a bent position.
Peripheral neuropathy: disorders that occur due to damage to the peripheral nervous system or peripheral nervous system.
lack of vitamin B12
suspected underlying diseases such as diabetes
to be sure to do a direct examination, especially since this has long been not considered trivial, with you doing a direct examination to the doctor can find out the cause by asking about your history, physical examination and examinations such as blood checks, photos rongen etc. according to indications so that the doctor can provide the right handlers according to the cause
There are several things you can do:
You can do warm compresses along with cold compresses on the affected part
rest a sore hand
avoid work that uses hands for too long
you should avoid using shoes first
do the drying in the morning at 10 for 15 minutes
drink lots of water at least 8 glasses a day
You can consume paracetamol to treat the pain you feel
consume nutritious food and multiply vegetables and fruit
but remember if you consult a doctor still do protective self-protection such as keeping a distance, diligently washing hands and wearing masks.
Thus the info I can give
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