Some possible causes of left arm numbness can be nerve damage, stroke and heart attack. A main cause of numbness in either arm is nerve damage that occurs in medical conditions, such as carpal tunnel, cubital and radial ... More »

Numbness in an individual's fingertips is usually caused by irritation, compression or damage to the nerves in the wrist or arm, according to Mayo Clinic. Numbness in an individual's fingertips can also result from vario... More » Health Conditions & Diseases

A common cause of pain and tingling that radiates down the arm is a pinched nerve in the neck, states Virginia Spine Institute. Pain in the shoulder blade, hand or fingers often accompanies this type of pain. If the pain... More »

Pain, numbness or weakness in either arm are hallmark symptoms of a heart attack or stroke, as stated by the American Heart Association. These are life-threatening events and require immediate medical attention. More »

Symptoms of a cerebral stroke include weakness or numbness on one side of the body that affects the face, arm or leg; loss or impairment of vision; and impairment of speech or difficulty talking, according to WebMD. Othe... More »

Some neurological causes of ongoing numbness and tingling in the leg include multiple sclerosis, nerve damage, a herniated disc or tarsal tunnel syndrome, according to Healthline. Other causes include fibromyalgia, diabe... More »

Headache and chest pain is indicative of a variety of ailments such as, a stroke, hypertension, tuberculosis, Anthrax, heart attack, alcohol withdrawal delirium and peptic ulcers, according to Medical News Today and WebM... More »