Ulnar nerve compression, carpal tunnel syndrome and peripheral neuropathy can each cause numbness of the fingers of the left hand, states the Mayo Clinic. Numbness of the fingers is rarely a sign of a life-threatening co... More »

Numbness and tingling fingers are rarely associated with strokes, according to Mayo Clinic. There are other causes though, including peripheral neuropathy as a result of diabetes, as stated by WebMD. More »

Common problems of pain in the left hand can indicate injury, as in a fracture; nerve problems, as in carpel tunnel syndrome; or inflammation, as in tendinitis, according to WebMD. Although these conditions all exhibit h... More »

Two causes of tingling in the left hand fingers are carpal tunnel syndrome and Raynaud's disease, according to Mayo Clinic. Other causes of tingling in the fingers can be the fingers of the left hand waking up after "goi... More »

Pain and numbness on either the left or right thigh can be caused by meralgia paresthetica, peripheral neuropathy, multiple sclerosis and lupus, explains Healthgrades. Some other causes include injury, obesity, trauma an... More »

Possible causes of facial numbness include peripheral neuropathy, shingles and transient ischemic attack, says Mayo Clinic. In general, numbness is the first outward sign of nerve malfunction. Less commonly, facial numbn... More »

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Causes of numbness in the thumb include carpal tunnel syndrome, alcoholism, Lyme disease and multiple sclerosis, notes Mayo Clinic. Other possible causes of numbness in the thumb include amyloidosis, peripheral neuropath... More »