Can a Tingling Finger on the Left Hand Be the Sign of a Stroke?

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Yes, a tingling sensation on the finger of the left hand could be a sign of the stroke. It could also be a sign of carpal tunnel syndrome. If it goes up your arm see the doctor right away.
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It should be half from my arm and trough my wrist to the tips of my fingers. When I am stress I get that as well and it's usually when I overwork myself or with the overload at work
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