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Yesterday I started to feel a tingling sensation in my left arm while I was doing my warm up exercises. I thought, "Okay, maybe I'm doing them wrong, I'll just chill out for a second." About 2 hours later, I came back to the guitar and I felt the same tingling sensation, only this time it was a bit harder for me to control my fingers. I woke up this morning, and I still have the tingling sensation. Does anyone know what could be happening to me, and do you have any suggestions of what I could to to make this stop happening. I've been playing for three years and this has never happened to me before.
Last edited by Chop_Suey92 at Jun 25, 2009,
#3
Isn't tingling in the left arm a sign of stroke?

Maybe not.... dude, if ya worried about it go and see a Doctor...
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Quote by Skuzzmo
Isn't tingling in the left arm a sign of stroke?

Maybe not.... dude, if ya worried about it go and see a Doctor...


Thats what I thought, but then I realized your whole right side goes completely numb, not tingly, and for another thing, I'm 16! Why would I have a stroke?
#5
lol...fair point... but seriously get it checked out.

My mate has recently had to pack in playing the Guitar for 6 months. I know it's not the same but he had a very minor ache in his right arm and he ignored it for months until his arm locked up...some serious RSI in his tendons...

Anyway, moral of the story....get it looked at....
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