The Fingers Are Often Numb And Tingling After Hitting The Table Using Hands?
Good morning, alodokterI want to ask about my finger problem, especially the little and sweet fingers, it has been around for a month / numb / tingling. Previously, I had slapped my hands to the table by clenching my fist / punching the table and secondly I drank a little holey coffee like a torn / or animal bite. like that does not have long legs at first 3 numb fingers then the other finger (middle) already started better but the pinky and sweet fingers that until now has not disappeared.
Hello Endzie, thanks for asking.
Numbness or tingling is a symptom that indicates a neurological problem. The greater the area of numbness and tingling, the more likely the innervation affected the area. The reasons are very diverse, for example:
Inflammation of the nerves that causes edema (swelling). Emphasis on nerves. Injury to nerves. For example due to accidents, collisions, and so on. An autoimmune condition that causes nerve damage. Heavy metal poisoning or chemicals. Chronic diseases such as diabetes mellitus. Therefore, considering the symptoms that you have felt for a long time, it helps you to consult a neurologist. The doctor will do a physical examination and supporting examinations, such as X-rays or CT-scans. If the diagnosis has been determined, the doctor will plan treatments and possible actions. In the meantime, you try not to smoke, do not consume alcohol, reduce food preservatives, and consume vitamin B complex once a day.
Thus my explanation, hopefully can help you. Regards.