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Nerves

Does anyone who is an adult with mild cp, hydrocephilis, ever have nerve pains and stuff such as this in their weaker side? I seem to be having pain in my hands and fingers on my weak side, and other times it is numb or only sensitive to some surfaces. I really don't understand what it is that is causing it.
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Hi
Welcome to the MedHelp forum!
Pains in hands and fingers along with numbness can be due to cerebral palsy since it is on your weaker side. However, due to a more localized symptom, in all probability it is due to carpal tunnel syndrome, a nerve compression either at wrist/elbow/shoulder/armpit/cervical spine.
Other than this it can be due to electrolyte imbalance, a blood clot or due to muscle pain.
Do discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Take care!
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