Left ring finger pinky fingertip numbness, cervical tachycardia (cervical intervertebral disc)
Q: I’m a man in my early 30s. It’s been about a month since the fingertips of my left ring finger and pinky finger went numb. It feels like the numbness expands over time.
If you raise your hand, you’ll feel better as soon as you touch your palm, but the numbness of your fingertips continues. I think it’s more stimulating especially when I touch something hot. This symptom came out of the blue one day and I still feel numb.
I want to see a doctor, but I don’t know which department I should go to for an examination. My neck and spine are bent a lot because of my bad posture. I have migraines that make my eyes look like they’re going to fall out.
A: This is likely due to cervical tachycardia (cosis (cervical intervertebral tachycardia. First of all, visit a neurosurgeon for an examination.
If you don’t have a good posture, your muscles may become excessively tense, causing symptoms such as numbness in your left ring finger and pinky fingertips.