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What's Causing Tingling in My Hands?

By    |   Thursday, 07 May 2015 03:15 PM

Question: I have pain, tingling, and numbness in my hands. What could it be?

Dr. Hibberd's answer:

Persistent pain, numbness, and tingling of both your hands may be signs of a connective tissue disorder or circulation problem. But more concerning cause could be a spinal cord problem, brain lesion, or tumor.

You need to see your doctor to review your complaints and conduct a physical exam to evaluate you for conditions, some of which may become serious or life threatening.

If you smoke at all, stop now. Cardiovascular conditions, cancer, and autoimmune diseases, as well as connective tissue disorders are all exacerbated by smoking or consuming any nicotine or tobacco products.

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