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... Whackedback, you are on target with the sleeping suggestion. ... (4 replies)
... It's probably just from the bed!! Try not to sleep on your hands and it could also be from internal phsychological issues. Go buy a book called 'The Mindbody Prescription'. ... (5 replies)
... Avoid sleeping on your hands or arms. Sleeping on the back is supposed to be the best way to sleep orthopaedically. ... (6 replies)

... if they have cts. How you hold your hands while driving a car, sleeping, etc. can cause cts. How you hold the telephone, how you type on the computer, etc. All these can contribute to cts. You don't say if you are female or male. ... (6 replies)
... weeks post op I can handle my camera with no problems. I have a post op appointment on August 14th and they said I could let them know then if I wanted to go ahead with the right side. ... (29 replies)
... did the prostatitis go away. 4 months is along time to be on atibiotics. did you take acidopholis after to replenish your intestines. antibiotics have many harmful side affects, but normally over time they go away. ... (19 replies)
... My husband does have some carpal tunnel syndrome, but no numbness or tingling in feet. He's had slight cts for years, but hands don't go numb or hurt at night, so he is able to sleep well. His triglycerides were still high....230 and still need to be lower, but they were over 300. ... (19 replies)
... Sharik, My husband was diagnosed with high cholesterol, high triglycerides over a year ago. He was told to lose 20 pounds pounds in 6 months and to try to get cholesterol and triglycerides down to below 200. He was told he was pre diabetic ( not diabetic) because his triglycerides were high. Basically, put him on no white bread, no sugar, no fatty meat ( there goes the... (19 replies)
... Are you doing this diet on your own or under medical supervision? ... (19 replies)
... As to answer your question on which is worse CTS or Neuropathy it depends on who answers. A person with CTS would say it's the worse and also the one with Neuropathy would say theirs is the worse. I know both are very painful. ... (19 replies)
... in my wrists, it started in my left and moved to my right. I take meds but also the most helpful thing I've found, if you have carpal tunnel, is to wear braces on your wrists when you sleep. It stopped the tingling for me, matter of fact it was the only thing that did help. ... (19 replies)
... I have an appointment with my GP on tuesday, but it looks like he does not know much about these symptoms. ... (19 replies)
... Sounds like a peripheral neuropathy if it is in hands and feet. I looked up cipro side effects on internet....said it is rare, but inflammation, pain or rupture of a tendon can occur. It didn't say anything about tingling and numbness. ... (19 replies)
Is this it??
Mar 14, 2006
... I'd keep an eye on your fingers and try to notice how they feel after being online. ... (2 replies)
... I woke up and my thumb, index finger and middle fingers were numb on my right hand. ... (85 replies)
Diagnosed...
Jan 20, 2006
... time has been allowed for recovery. I didn't file a claim until last October, though I'd been seeing a doctor solely for cts since August, and he knew about my hands going numb several months before April of '05, though he didn't know what it was until later...It came on so gradually that I don't know exactly when it started. ... (10 replies)
... I stay in this position my entire hand goes numb and half way up my forearm. Most the time Im not aware of my arm positions while asleep, but I often awake with hands numb and is happening more frequently. ... (8 replies)
... ggests surgery because that's how they make their money. Unless you have low blood pressure, check with your primary care physician and see if they will put you on a low dose diuretic. ... (4 replies)
... :bouncing: re: Birdybrat I have the same problem, with lack of sleep as well only my whole arm goes numb. I n the last 3-4 weeks it has been happening in both arms and goes numb all the way down to my hand. I have tried all of the wrist bands,ect. ice packs seem to help for awhile even if you take them to bed with you, but I still wake up. Does being overweight have... (12 replies)
... :bouncing: re: Birdybrat I have the same problem, with lack of sleep as well only my whole arm goes numb. I n the last 3-4 weeks it has been happening in both arms and goes numb al the way down to my hand. I have tried all of the wrist bands,ect. ice packs seem to help for awhile even if you take them to bed with you, but I still wake up. Does being overweight have... (12 replies)




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