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does high blood pressure cause tingling in the fingers?

Description of the question: Will high blood pressure cause numbness in the fingers Supplementary explanation: Will high blood pressure cause numbness in the fingers

? Answer: Patients with high blood pressure generally experience numbness in the fingers. Because when the high blood pressure is serious, it will seriously affect the normal circulation of blood in the peripheral blood vessels of the body, causing ischemia and hypoxia in peripheral tissues, and when it affects the fingers, it will cause numbness in the fingers.

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