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Finger and hand numbness can have a variety of causes ranging from damage caused by alcoholism and diabetes to nerve damage and a brachial plexus injury, according to the Mayo Clinic. Finger numbness can also be a sympto... More »

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To determine the cause of finger numbness, doctors typically ask the patient about symptoms such as accompanying sensations and the location, origin and duration of the numbness, according to Healthgrades. Tests includin... More »

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Nerve damage due to poor blood circulation or a neurological disorder is often the cause of numbness in the tip of an index finger, states Mayo Clinic. Conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, diabetes and multiple scl... More »

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