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Weird Feeling In Fingers

My fingers feel weird help?

Keep an eye on this and if the pain or tingling continues it may be the beginning of DVT.

This is very painful and pain pills do not help. I have had it for over 2 years and the doctor was slow to diagnose it until I was in critical shape.

Mine started with a sudden onset of calf pain and leg swelling. The pain was worse when the leg was hanging down. There was warmth to the area because the veins were inflamed.

I am on coumidin (warfarin) as a blood thinner. Usually when they say 6 months, they mean for the rest of your life. The blood thinner does not resolve the current clot problem, but supposedly keeps new clots from forming.

Deep vein thrombosis, or DVT, is caused by a blood clot in a muscle and can be life-threatening. Symptoms include swelling, pain, and tenderness in the legs. Risk factors include immobility, hormone therapy, and pregnancy.

DVTs can occur anywhere in the body but are most frequently found in the deep veins of the legs, thighs, and pelvis. They may infrequently arise from the upper extremities usually because of trauma, or from an indwelling catheter (tubing) or device.

A deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a condition wherein a blood clot (thrombus) forms in a vein of the deep system.

Thrombophlebitis is a condition in which there is both inflammation and a blood clot in a vein. Thrombophlebitis can occur in either superficial or deep veins. Superficial thrombophlebitis occurs in veins close to the skin surface, and usually causes pain, swelling, and redness in the area of the vein. Superficial thrombophlebitis usually is treated with heat, elevation of the affected leg or arm, and anti–inflammatory medications. A thrombosis in a deep vein is a much more serious problem than one in a superficial vein. The reason for this is that a piece of the clot in deep vein from a DVT can break off and travel through the deep veins back to the heart, and eventually be pumped by the heart into the arteries of the lung. When this happens, the condition is called pulmonary embolism (PE). The blood clot is called an embolus (plural emboli), and the process of breaking off and traveling to the lungs is called embolism.

Narcotics didn’t help my pain. I now take Tizanidine 4mg 5/day and Lyrica Cv 100 mg 3/day. This helps the nerve pain and I can walk some now. I am feeling much better pain wise.

Weird Feeling After Cutting Finger Nails?

Hmmm, you really didn't describe how it feels, just unexplainable. Can you try a bit? Is it like you can't grasp anything like before, do they feel sensitive, do you feel like your hands and fingers won't be the same until they start growing again? Anything like those feelings??

If so, I experienced that for years when I was cutting my nails. I did two things to prevent that annoying feeling that seems to put me out of whack. I would cut right at the white line and not go lower or it would be excrutiating AND after I cute, I would wash with very warm water and soap, while massaging my finger tips. Then apply moisturizer rather harshly to my fingers and it did the trick!!

Sorry if this is none of what you're feeling...

Weird feeling when fingering myself?

Yes, you're just getting horny and it's totally normal. The feeling goes away when you finger yourself because you're not doing enough.

Trust me, you would know if you made yourself orgasm, and you're really not going to orgasm using just your fingers. It might feel good, but you really need clitoral stimulation to get off. (Look it up if you're not sure where it is)

The best way I've found to actually orgasm is to use your 4 fingers of your dominant hand and just rub the clit in a circular motion. Keep rubbing. It will start to feel good and you'll get really wet. You may want to finger yourself at the same time, but I personally prefer to just rub the clit when I'm really trying to get off. Just keep going and it will start to feel really freaking good all over and then you'll ***. YOU WILL KNOW.

Another good way is if you have an old electric tooth brush or something that vibrates, just hold that on your clitoris and WOW. It won't take long at all. ;p Good luck!

Why do I feel weird after my BF fingered me?

So, I'm 17 and I have been with my boyfriend for about 3 months now.
earlier today ( about 9 hours ago) we were making-out and he fingered me. I have never masturbated before, or even used a tampon (lol) so that was the first time I was ever fingered. anyway, it didn't hurt when he was doing it but after , it started feeling weird. I thought it was just because, that was the first time it happened. Then I started getting this slightly painful feeling there, and then this feeling that kind of felt like I constantly had to pee. It basically felt funny but not painful and now (9 hours after he did it) it still feels a little strange. Is that normal? could it just be because that was the first time anything has ever been in my vagina? why didn't the fingering hurt when he was doing it, but it hurt a little after? advice?

Is it normal to feel this weird sensation on your fingers after an anxiety attack?

An anxiety attack drains up to 70% of your body energy, as much as running a half marathon. In just a few seconds.Your body needs time and space to relax, it is completely normal for you to be left, shaken, tired, thirsty, etc.,.Sensation in fingers is a sign that your body after an anxiety attack was left exhausted. So yes, it is normal. Try to take some rest and relax after it. :)

Cut my finger, had stitches, and it feels so weird!!!!?

yeah it sux, i went thru almost the same experience... let's see the hard tingly way it feels when u press on it will more than likely stay there for a while i cut the top of my thumb n that was 6 years ago n it still feels like that.. =(

My wedding ring finger has been feeling weird lately?

I have been widowed now for 4.5 years. Last week, my left hand, ring finger felt like there was something there, but I have not worn my ring in years. It feels like there is a ring on my hand but nothing is visible. I know this is weird, that is why I am asking. I am uncertain if this is a sign or something or if I should just ignore it.

My fingers feel weird when I touch cold things?

I have never had this feeling. It started yesterday but subsided quickly, yet today it suddenly sprung up on me when I was eating lunch and I touched a cold class of soda. Basically I have been getting this bizarre feeling in my finger tips (and now my hands) whenever I touch anything cold, it is almost like a slight burning (like when you touch something metal that had been on a hot stove ten minutes before). It's almost like a slightly numb feeling. It doesn't really hurt, but it is kind of uncomfortable and is kind of making me slightly uneasy because I don't know what is causing it. I have some anxiety issues, but I have been feeling pretty good as of late and don't really feel stressed out. I don't have any other health conditions that I am aware of. I woke up today and my right elbow was kind of sore for no apparent reason. Also my wrists have been somewhat sore. I don't do drugs, but I did have two shots of tequila yesterday night, but I didn't get drunk. Any thoughts or suggestions?

What does it feel like to finger a girl?

If you do it right, it can feel fantastic for her, and be a terrific boost to your ego.Physically, it’s wet, (if she’s excited enough by the time you get to that stage) warm but not “hot” as one expects the word hot to describe something, such as a bath that’s slow to enter because it’s HOT!The interior of the vagina is at “body heat” much as the inside of the mouth or the anus. It’s not for nothing that mouths and assholes are considered reliable methods of determining if someone has a fever with thermometers, since those orifices (orifii? ;-)>) accurately reflect the body’s core temperature, which is higher than that what skin feels like.So if a person has never fingered or penetrated another’s body with any appendage, it usually comes as a surprise how warm it actually feels. To put it in juvenile American terms, if kissing is “first base,” feeling a breast is “second base” and feeling / fingering a warm, wet vagina is third, then the first time can generate an impression that the vagina is “hot” relative to other body parts previously “explored.” But in actuality it’s at best only slightly warmer than normal body temperature due to the increased blood-flow to the area as a result of your masterful manipulations which induce a pre-coital state in the affected vagina.As for the feel of the vagina’s interior, it’s not dissimilar to the interior of the anal canal. If you stick your finger up your ass, you’ll find that the tissues are very soft, slick, and corrugated. The main difference is lubrication. An excited female’s vagina produces a fluid that prepares it to accept a penis entering it painlessly. (or a dildo, an inanimate object or a lover’s fingers or even fist, capacity allowing)That’s about as completely as I can describe it as a cisgendered male, but another aspect that just occurred to me is the aroma. When involved in “heavy petting” as a youth. I can’t deny that as things “got hot” with a fellow petter, if reaching “third base” I’d certainly become intoxicated with the smell of “cunt juice.”I really think that it’s nature’s way of telling us which potential mates we’re compatible with. If a woman’s essence, her cunt’s taste, her sweat her saliva is everything a partner perceives as the best it could be, it’s a sign that offspring produced by that coupling will be healthy, and the union was evolution-arily beneficial to the survival of the species.

Weird tingling in palms and fingers when upset? ?

I believe what you are experiencing is stress/anxiety. I know when things get hectic for me, and its about all I can take mentally/physically, my lips tingle. Odd I know, but the body is relating that you are at the breaking point! Relax tonight with a bath, and a glass of wine!!