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Pinch Nerve


I have numbness in my little and ring fingers of my left hand, it is not painfull yet, but it is very iritating, discomforting. Lost strenght in my left hand especially in fingers and thumb, cant even type words.

Got a medical check up, doctor diagnosed the Pinch Nerve in neck which is causing all of this.

Do you have any remedy to this situation?
  Mohammadali on 2006-12-10
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Hypericum 30c and cimicifuga 30c in alteration thrice daily can give you benefit.

sajjadakram635 last decade
Cimicifuga is collateral to Hypericum, which means it can be tried for certain conditions, in case hypericum fails to relieve.

Alternating them may or may not give the desired effect.

better to try Hypericum first, for a few days, give a gap of one week, and if problem still persists, try cimicifuga.

gavinimurthy last decade
Thanks a lot
Mohammadali last decade
Can someone tell me how to differenciate between 'Pinch Nerve' and 'Carpal Tunnel Syndrome'?
Mohammadali last decade
The term pinched nerve describes one type of damage or injury to a nerve or set of nerves. The injury may result from compression, constriction, or stretching.

Some of the symptoms of Pinched Nerve incude:

Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when tendons or ligaments in the wrist become enlarged, often from inflammation, after being aggravated. The narrowed tunnel of bones and ligaments in the wrist pinches the nerves that reach the fingers and the muscles at the base of the thumb.

Some of the possible causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome are included in the list below:

Repetitive motions
Work-related repetition
Certain occupations - e.g. small hand tools, sewing, computers, cutting, checkouts, assembly lines, typing, accountants, writers, etc.
Wrist inflammations.
sajjadakram635 last decade

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