Pins and Needles in Left Hand?

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Pins and needles in your left hand may be caused by neurological, circulatory or a muscle related condition. A nerve damage or disease could also be a sign of pin and needles in your hand. However, if the hand is numb, it is imperative to seek medical help right away, because this could also be a sign of an impending stroke.
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this happens when your blood cant travel properly through your nerves9 mostly when you've been in a position for so long.
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The most common cause of pins and needles is from weight being exerted on a nerve or as a result of blood supply being limited to the area by leaning or lying awkwardly on your hands
http://www.ehow.com/list_6098602_causes-pins-needl...
See if you can get your doctor to refer you to a neurologist without having to go in to see your primary. It could be as simple as a pinched nerve, or it could be something more serious
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=200701...
same thing here. I went to a neurologist and had a MRI. Found out that I have pinched nerves in my spine. I now have a neurostimulator. Works great. No more pain.
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