The Index Finger Of The Right Hand Is Like A Cut Or Needle Pricked.?
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Puncture like needles at the fingertips may be caused by a condition called peripheral neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy can occur due to many causes. Carpal tunnel syndrome (or what you call carpal tunnel syndrome) is a disease that can cause peripheral neuropathy, but there are many other diseases that can cause this condition, for example:
excessive alcohol consumption certain autoimmune diseases exposure to certain toxins kidney failure certain vitamin deficiencies certain medications idiopathic diabetes (unknown cause carpal tunnel syndrome occurs due to pins in the median nerve in the wrist area. The main symptoms appear are pain, tingling, or numbness of the thumb, index finger, and also the middle finger that comes and goes, and the longer it can become increasingly heavy.
To find out exactly the cause of your symptoms, you should consult a neurologist. The neurologist can perform a physical examination and support to get a definitive diagnosis and provide the most appropriate therapy for the cause.
The following article is about peripheral neuropathy and an article about carpal tunnel syndrome that you can read.
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