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  • hora
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    smallest finger and next one in. What gives?

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    always ready to believe the worst…

    I usually get that if I bang my funny bone.

    sobriety
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    You’ve been w@nking too much.

    stumpy01
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    I got that after having a girl on my shoulders when Metallica played at Wembley Stadium. She was erm, bouncing around on my shoulders for about 20 mins and when she got down my fingers were tingling…..and my thumb was numb.
    It lasted for about 2 weeks and slowly went. I assumed a few nerves got squished/damaged.

    Have you been carrying a heavy bag on a shoulder strap for an extended period or anything?

    Premier Icon stuartlangwilson
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    about being rodgered by large coloured gentlemen i suspect.

    The Beard
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    Amputate!!!

    😈

    sobriety
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    What at the neck? 😉

    hora
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    Rode my steel hardtail yesterday, got home, trackbike out (stiff bars) and rode to the gym and back. Could be that?

    Am I right in thinking you believe you may have had a stroke and would rather ask people about it on the internet than go to a hospital? 🙄

    jet26
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    Little and ring fingers?

    Cubital tunnel syndrome would cover it…

    Premier Icon kelvin
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    Ulna nerve.

    hora
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    Bad gloves then? I’ve been using Nike Road Winter gloves -no palm padding

    Premier Icon molgrips
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    Nerve damage innit. I lost feeling in the edge of my big toes for about 3 weeks after a 24 hour solo.

    scruff
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    Some of my gloves do this. I think youd best not ride a bike nor visit a bike Internet ever again, justto be safe like.

    tyke
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    Sounds like nerve damage, likely to be just bruised. But may take upto a couple of weeks to return back to normal.

    On the other hand it could be the start of MS……

    jedi
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    when my shoulders **** up my fingers tingle 🙂

    Premier Icon guitarhero
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    Too much typing, i advise taking at least a month off…. PLEASE

    hora
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    Jedi I slid and fell sideways on ice a week last Monday and clanged my helmet/head hard on the road- my neck is still stiff/sore now! guitarhero wtf? Is this linked to the pickup thread that you perceived I was having a go at all pickup owners? Still misreading something into that even now?! MTFU

    andym
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    MTFU

    Said the man who was asking if he’d had a stroke.

    MrSmith
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    don’t you need a brain to have a stroke?

    sofatester
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    Maybe having a violent “stroke” caused it?

    Premier Icon thepurist
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    I’ve had that tingling feeling a couple of times – once due to severe seasickness and once just before the mother of all migraines that left me a helpless panting mess on the floor. So if you’re not on a boat, start worrying.

    hora
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    don’t you need a brain to have a stroke? I dont know, your closer to the age when that happens though 😉 😆

    Maybe having a violent “stroke” caused it? GROAN!

    Premier Icon Teetosugars
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    Dehydration.

    Premier Icon guitarhero
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    Is this linked to the pickup thread that you perceived I was having a go at all pickup owners? Still misreading something into that even now?! MTFU

    You’re wierd

    hora
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    guitarhero- I remember your posts seemed offended when I said people who buy them to own and drive purely round suburbia are abit sad.

    Rex
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    what tyke said. preferably the former option….

    hora
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    I know a good German lad, friend of my friend. Hes 30 and suffering from MS. Nicest bloke you could meet, the type you just to know when you meet them. awful MS bloody awful.

    Trapped nerve in the neck can do it.

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    pain in the neck is 2.5ft from where hora usually is 😉

    catnap
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    trapped nerve in the elbow, i suffer from the same thing. going for an opp soon to sort it out, and not looking forward to it boo hoo. it causes the little and next fingers to go numb. thats whats wrong defo

    pacemaker
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    pins & needles?

    MrNutt
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    it sounds like your liver Hora, have you been drinking?

    pk-ripper
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    it sounds like you have leprosy, have been molesting goats, and are clearly having issues in determining whether your brain gender matches your physical gender.

    Best be institutionalised for your own good.

    Premier Icon igm
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    RSI – riding ‘ssociated injury

    pk-ripper
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    can’t be that with Hora then!

    Zedsdead
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    Repetative Stroking Injury

    😉

    hora
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    Have I been drinking? Your having a laff? Bear, Pope, etc. MrNutt, your talking about the gradual degeneration of nerve endings caused by chronic alcoholism?

    I was leathered last night mind, I even started singing like a bloody Polish immigrant.

    Zedsdead, the numbness is on my t’other hand not my actionhand(TM)

    Zedsdead
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    lol

    Seriously though – RSI. Maybe from using the mouse? Or something like that.

    probably just the first caress of Multiple Sclerosis.
    Better get a nights worth of w+nking in before you become impotent.

    Sorry uncalled for really i know.
    Probably ulnar nerve or neck.

    dr_death
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    You’ve upset your Ulnar nerve, probably in your hand, comes from leaning on your hypothenar eminence too much (the heel of your hand, the swelling below your little finger). The ulnar nerve runs through it. Quite common in cycllists, its what Specialized’s Body Geometry gloves were invented for with that big gel pad….

    It’ll settle, don’t worry about it… I’d just worry about your stroking habit!

    coffeeking
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    Yup sounds like my symptoms, got from typing a lot and having arms/hands in funny positions. Also EXACTLY what I got yesterday when I stabbed a knife through my forearm and sank it into the bone. Lost almost all the feeling in my little and next finger in and a lot of the strength too. Its come back over the last 24 hours, fortunately.

    RudeBoy
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    clanged my helmet/head hard on the road

    Are the local Council suing you for damage to the road’s surface?

    hora
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    I’ll go and get some Body Geom’s. I did have a couple of pairs but like socks the spesh’s seemed to walk/disapear leaving TWO LEFTS FFS!

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