According to Scientific American, veins bulge on the arms and hands as well as other body parts, such as the legs, during and directly after a workout because of the increased arterial blood pressure's physiological mech... More »

Bulging veins during exercise are a normal result of the increase in arterial blood pressure that occurs during exercise, explains Scientific American. The bulging is neither a good sign nor a sign of a dangerous conditi... More »

The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute lists high blood pressure, malnutrition, aging and vascular illnesses as potential causes for a vein in the hands bursting. One of the common vascular issues is a clot format... More »

The signs and symptoms of fluid retention include swelling in the body parts, including the feet, lower legs, hands, arms and face, according to Healthgrades. Based on the condition that causes fluid retention, other sig... More »

Brachial neuritis is a condition that affects the signals sent between the nervous system and other parts of the body, predominantly the shoulder, arms and hands, causing pain and limited function, according to Johns Hop... More »

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Nerve pain affects many different parts of the body including the arms, hands, legs, feet and abdominal area of the body, according to the U.S. National Institutes of Health. Nerve pain contributes to the lack of feeling... More »

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Symptoms of cervical spinal stenosis may include stiffness, numbness, pain or weakness affecting the neck, shoulders, arms, legs or hands, as stated by WebMD. Additional symptoms may include clumsiness of the hands, coor... More »