If your fingers are temporarily numb it is very probably due to lack of blood circulation; you may have held your arm in a position that constricted blood vessels. However, if the numbness lasts, there may be a more serious problem, and you should consult your doctor.
There could be a number of reasons - you need to be examined by a qualified medical doctor - go make an appointment.
The same is going with me, i was just in school when my arm went numb. I went to the nurse she said it was a nerve being tickled . if you arm can still move i think your OK.
its because when you put pressure on your bloodstream.
Not enough blood was circulating, or it fell "asleep" Nothing to worry about happens to everyone
because all the blood runs away from your fingers
usually they shouldnt... if they do you should probably go see a doctor.
its in your fingers
my buddy had a similar problem if he would take it the night before next morning his toes would go numb
my son has a 102.2 fever he is 18 years old but his hands and fingers are numb! is that normal?
Go and see a qualified medical practitioner (a doctor) if you are concerned about your health.
Could be thoracic outlet syndrome.
you broke it
fingers on the trigger
Go see a neurosergeon. it could be serious.
Osmosis (whatever) causes cells to go in your fingers. Causing your fingers go wrinlky . I may be wrong (I've copied.)
Obstruction of blood flow, decreasing how much oxygen is getting to the fingers.
because your fingers get cold and when your fingers get cold nerves in your fingers slowly shut down that's why ppl get frost bite