A tingling feeling in the fingers refers to that kind of burning sensation, half-numbness, sometimes called "pins-and-needles"; its medical term is paresthesias.
Which finger or fingers are tingling is an important diagnostic concern. The ulnar nerve innervates the two smaller fingers, the “pinky finger” and one side
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Simple Causes: The nerves of the fingers may tingle if there has been some compression or minor injury on one of the nerve paths of the hand, wrist, or elbow.More Causes of Tingling Fingers »
Causes List for Tingling Fingers
Possible causes of Tingling Fingers (or similar symptoms) may include:1
- Amigrainous Migraine (Tingling Fingers)
- Brain Disorders (Tingling Fingers)
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (Tingling Fingers)
- Ciguatera Poisoning (tingling fingers)
- Cubital tunnel syndrome (Tingling Fingers)
- Demyelination Disorders (Tingling Fingers)
- Diabetes (Tingling Fingers)
- Diabetic peripheral neuropathy (Tingling Fingers)
- Lupus (Tingling Fingers)
- Migraine (Tingling Fingers) ...
Is it really a tingling feeling? It is important to consider the most precise description of the symptom. Would you describe it as a burning sensation, as numbness, or pins-and-needles? That type of sensation is called a paresthesia
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There are various causes of tingling fingers. Some causes are simple, but some are not so simple. Some of the causes that may be misdiagnosed could include:Misdiagnosis of Tingling Fingers »
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