53/M c/o Numbness of tip of fingers for 2months

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? PEREPHERAL NEUROPATHY.. ? CERVICAL SPINE PATHOLOGY..WITH.. ASSOCIATED COMPLICATIONS..

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A great thing... numbness...answer is watermelon...it can be due to diabetes also

May be cardiac disease

Numbness of tip of fingers is a sign of peripheral neuropathy and may be it's a sign of carpel tunnel syndrome otherwise more details history are must to find a correct similimum and for diagnosis

If injured, Hypericum 1M/once in a month. Otherwise, Causticum 10M/one dose may do much more.

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Carpal tunnel syndrome

Numbness in the fingers can have many different causes, from carpal tunnel syndrome to some types of neuropathy. Carpal tunnel syndrome Compression neuropathy Peripheral neuropathy Fibromyalgia Myofascial pain syndrome. Other, less common causes of numbness in the fingers include: not getting enough vitamin B-1 multiple sclerosis having had a stroke brain and spinal cord disorders.

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