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The ulnar nerve is getting pinched either at your elbow or at your wrist. I would not use the left hand for a while with the phone and let the nerve heal. You could also see your doc so that you can get an idea exactly where you are compressing the nerve.

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I am trying to find out exactly what causes a person’s ring and pinky finger from going numb. Served in the U.S. Navy for 34 1/2 years, while, on active duty. My lower extremities feet as well as my hands, began to tingle and slowly go numb; I went to medical had it documented when I retire from the Navy, the situation got even worse to the point my ring and pinky fingers were completely numb, I had surgery in August, but to no avail; because it did not work. I am supposed to see the doctors again in January to see where we go from here. I had submitted a claim for disability to the Veterans Administration; however, my claim was denied because I was told it was not service connected when in fact I joined the military in my early twenties and did not leave the military until I was 56 years old. This is the reason I am trying to get what could be the possible cause. I worked in the engine room on several ships and spent 20 years of my 34 1/2 years out to sea onboard ships. Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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That is a tough one Rafael. It sounds like you have sensory nerve issues in all of your extremities. The ulnar nerve (pinky and ring finger) may be involved, but I don’t think that this was caused by elbow flexion as mentioned in the blog. This sounds like something that will require a full medical work up. I would see your primary care physician and get complete blood work done and a neurological screening. I would also see a neurologist. You need a definitive diagnosis.

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Aaron says

Whacked my funny bone pretty hard almost a week ago and have been having on and off numbness in my pinky and pinky side of my hand ever since. Also a low, dull pain in the elbow. From reading the comments hear I’m assuming it’s an issue with the ulnar nerve. My question is, how long should I wait before getting it checked out by a doctor? I prefer to let it heal itself, but I don’t want to do damage by failing to address the problem. Is this something that typically goes away on its own? Thank you.

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