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    Pain in hand

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    Hello, guys! I am Ressia and I am new here. A few days ago, my hand was numb and tingly. This started a month ago. I do not know what is happening but the pain becomes worst. Do you have any experience like this? Please share it with me.

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    Re: Pain in hand

    Hello, Ress! How old are you? It might be arthritis due to high uric acid level.


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    Re: Pain in hand

    Hello, Dahlia! Thanks for reading and replying to my query. I also consider arthritis but I'm still young. My friend suggested me to check http://ergonomictrends.com/best-ergonomic-exercises-stretches-office . According to her, this might be a carpal tunnel syndrome. I have read this Don’t delay treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome - Harvard Health and it is related to what was happening to me.


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    Re: Pain in hand

    Hi Ress, do you have a neck problem? "Numb & tingy" sounds like nerve related issue. Have you had a scan of your neck? It is better or getting worse now? Are you loosing grip strength power? If gradually getting worse you will need to see your doctor immediately for further investigation. Good luck! Hope you gets well soon!


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    Re: Pain in hand

    You can experience different types of body aches at any point of time due to many reasons. It is always recommended to consult with a reputed doctor instead of ignoring the pain for a longer period of time.



 
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