A few possibilities I can think of: Cervical spine issue. Brachial plexus issue and that can also be caused by the cervical issue. Thoracic outlet syndrome. What you should do is physical therapy and stretches. Doctors tend to just prescribe meds when it tends to take an effort on your part due to yourself actually causing it. It is always good to get their advice, but you must look into natural options. When it is a nerve issue, many times simple exercises can fix the problem to relieve the muscle or ligament inflammation that is causing the issue. I can send you some stretches if this is still and issue for you that should help if done persistently. Also, whenever you have tingling in a limb, always tell someone close to you. Remember this as well, good posture is key and sleep on your back with support under your hamstrings and with a cervical pillow. They are pricey for a good one, but worth it. I would not lie to you as I have suffered from very similar problems to yours, take all these steps I have told you to prevent future issues. Get used to sleeping how I told you and you will get better, more restful sleep and it is necessary to maintain spine health. God bless!
I just recently experience something similarIn my right hand.I went to the doctor and they told me there's not much they can do.It just has to heal on its Own nerves are 1 of the few things on the human body that takes the longest to heal.I would still suggest going to a doctor to get it checked.But 9 * outta 10 they will tell you to take it easy and scribe you motrin.
It could be your neck and not your arm. U should really have this checked out. My right hand was numb and tingling and the elbow hurt awful. I thought the same thing. Come to find out I had a cracked, bulging, and collapsed discs in my neck. 5 surgeries later I am still a mess. However my problems happened from a car accident. I still suggest going to a doctor. Good luck