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sustained immobility can cause decrease blood circulation into the hands which can cause tingling and implaired touch sensation
also sustained immobility can cause compression of nerves in the neck spine from arthritis or kyphosis (forward bending of the spine) which can cause tingling and impaired touch sensation and aching of fingers.
arthritis in the hands can cause aching of fingers.
you should see a doctor and get your nerves evaluated. you may benefit from an xray or CT scan of the bones of your neck or an MRI scan to check for pinched nerves
the patient may benefit from NSAID non steroidal anti-inflammatories which could help decrease arthritis inflammation in the fingers.
blood tests for B12 and folate and magnesium levels should also be checked. low levels of these can also affect function of nerves as well
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