Numb Left Index Finger?


A left index finger can go numb for a few reasons. The finger may be broken or a nerve may be pinched. Tendons may be flairing up. If the numbness persists, a doctor should be consulted.
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It could be due to an activity that limited blood flow or applied pressure to
because you may have a deep infection and it may need amputation depepending on how bad the in fection is.
Most probably not. Might be a bit low blood pressure and this causes the numbness. On the other hand you might get checked by an doctor to confirm that everything is alright with
If you're experiencing numb fingers, especially in the left hand pinky and ring fingers, the most likely cause is ulnar nerve compression or entrapment. The ulnar nerve runs from
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