The Fingers Are Often Tingling And Feel Weak?
Good afternoon, my name is Rawa, 28 years old. I have a little complaint.
Hello Ragy, Thank you for the question.
Have you seen a doctor to determine the cause? Did you experience a complaint before experiencing this complaint or did you do a repetitive activity with your hand? Complaints of tingling in the limbs known as paresthesia. Paresthesia can occur temporarily or permanently. Paresthesia that occurs temporarily is caused by pressure on a part of the body for example when you sleep resting on your hands then your hands can feel pins and needles; however, this tingling will disappear if the pressure is removed.
Permanent paraesthesia is usually caused by inflammation or nerve damage, for example due to:
Radiculopathy, which is a condition in which nerve roots become inflamed, irritated, or compressed due to neuropathic spinal disorders, for example injuries due to repetitive movements, collisions, vitamin B1, B6, B12 deficiency, autoimmune diseases, impaired kidney function, impaired liver function, carpal tunnel syndrome, ulnar nerve disorders In addition to tingling, sufferers can also feel pain, numbness, or weakness in these limbs.
Because this complaint occurs continuously (does not stop) and has caused weakness in your hands, you should immediately consult a neurologist. The doctor needs to ask further questions about this complaint and examine you. The doctor will also perform other examinations such as blood tests, x-rays, CT scans, or MRI to find out the cause. Treatment for each health condition is not the same. Therefore, doctors need to ascertain the cause before determining the next treatment.
For the time being, please avoid making repetitive movements in the tingling hands. If you have to do repetitive movements, make sure you take regular breaks.
Please read the following article: Tingling hands
Hope this helps.