What Causes Numbness in Left Hand?


Numbness in the left hands is the loss of the sense of feeling in the hands. Numbness in the hands is associated with a number of disorders which include abnormal levels of calcium, potassium and sodium in the body, diabetes, use of some medicines and also nerve damage among other reasons.
Q&A Related to "What Causes Numbness in Left Hand"
Could be a pinched nerve from your sitting/typing position, either carpal tunnel syndrome or simply bad arm position when sitting at the computer, driving a car, or performing work.
Localized compression on a nerve (compression neuropathy) is a cause of numbness in the hands and fingers. The pressure can come from a variety of causes such as injury, enlarged
Brachial plexus injury, Carpal tunnel syndrome, or Stroke are
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2 Additional Answers
There are many possible causes of numbness and pain in the left hand. Some of the possible causes are myocardial infarction (heart attack), trauma and degenerative conditions. It is best to see a doctor if it is accompanied by other symptoms.
There area few things that causes numbness in the left hand. Some things include carpal tunnel syndrome, nerve damage, or a neurological disorder. If it persists, see a doctor.
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