Aug 6, 2001
Dr: Is constantly having a hand or a couple of fingers falling asleep or going numb while you sleep at night, considered to be nueropathy?
Response from Dr. Feinberg
No. This is caused by pressure on blood vessels and nerves from the position you are in. It should go away within a few minutes of changing position.
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