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Do I have nerve damage in my finger?

This is a discussion on Do I have nerve damage in my finger? within the Gloves forums, part of the Gear category; I bought a new set of lether motorcycle riding gloves that were a tad big small. I figured they would ...


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Old 02-21-2009   #1
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Default Do I have nerve damage in my finger?

I bought a new set of lether motorcycle riding gloves that were a tad big small. I figured they would stretch over time. I experienced hand and finger numbness on the hour long ride, which is halfway common even with broken in gloves, or no gloves at all. But the numbness hasn't gone away in over 48 hours now. The numbness is on the last inch of my right index finger (from the joint to the tip). These gloves have plastic on the joint which was uncomfortable when bending the finger, as well as were a tad bit too short. Can cutting circulation like this cause nerve damage? Is it nerve damage? What should I do? ------
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