Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How can I get my ex back if she is talking to someone online?

I still love my ex and according to her and her sister and mother…. she does to. However we have been together for 5 years and we have a 3 year old together, and we have had our share of make ups and break ups. She says that she wishes that we could have worked it out, but she says that she is tired of the make up and break ups and doesn’t think she would want to be with me again. Over the last 3 months she has been talking to this guy that she has never met from Australia , while we both live in West Palm Beach Florida. In our relationship we have never cheated on each other or was there physical abuse, but only mis communication on both behalfs. I still love her…. and considering that she still loves me (according to her family)… how can I get her back if she is talking to someone online who lives all the way accross the glode. I was reading about these online date site and according to the percentage its not that high that they ever really work. People need physical contact and face to face interaction to establish romance… other then that its just cyder fantacy unless they phycall meet. What can I do to get my ex back… we were planned to be married… DO I HAVE A CHANCE WITH THIS CYDER AFFAIR?

Answer by ?
Take her out for a romantic evening, tell her how you feel, go back home and be an animal in the bedroom and you might be in business!

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Why do my fingers and hand go numb? Read entire question.?

First it will start off with my thumb tip and go about half way down. As the numbness/tingling starts to subside, the index finger will copy it, and so on so forth until after the pinky is done the palm of my hand starts. It is NOT lack of circulation, so you are wrong if you say that. I’m not doing anything to cause it. No drugs, no medication, no lack of sleep, not laying or sleeping on it wrong. Just every once in a while it does it. I do not have carpal tunnel syndrome either. I can’t find anything online about it, and I’m too young to have a heart attack (although it has happened in people’s twenties before…) and it happens with both hands. Sometimes the numbness will continue up to my elbow as well. Also, sometimes after I get the numbness I get a migraine. What is going on!!!?

Answer by Mike
Just a thought….SEE A DR…Maybe you have poor circulation, how do you know it’s not that?

Answer by Linda M
Go for a full check up with the doctor as it could be something or nothing serious.
But I had a really weird thing where I went tingly and numb in my legs, arms, back and part of my face, it felt sometimes like water running over me. Went to doctor and was sent to a neurosurgeon who thought it might be MS. They did a scan on my brain “and found nothing” – ha ha, yes there was a brain there but apparently it is just a weird thing where the connections between the brain and the body go a bit strange sometimes. He said it would go away in a few months and it did, but every now and then it comes back.
May not be the same thing though, you might have hurt your back some time ago and not realised it, if you have a sore jaw it could be a thing called TMJ, a joint problem in your jaw.
It could be sensitivity to some chemicals, try and use natural non-toxic cleaning products as I find some chemicals bring the tingling back also.
I take magnesium tablets, this seems to settle it down quite well. But if it is bugging you then I suggest you ask your GP.

Answer by Morpheus
these things are so strange. You can take it to a chiropractor – and often times you’ll find that you need an adjustment between your shoulder blades… and it’s fun too.

On the other hand, this really can be psychological. I’ve seen this so much come and go very rapidly – it’s just too goofy to be real. So look around in your mind about some impossible stress you might be under. Your mind can very selectively shut down any artery it wants – just a little to create a lack of oxygen – resulting in tingling and cramping. There’s a book by a Dr. Sarno about this – called “Healing Back Pain” – it’s fascinating. You can get it used off of amazon. Dr. Sarno has worked with people in terrible pain who recover quickly when they apply his ideas.

Answer by russell
You are having circulation problem’s you could have a bad heart,go get checked, go to a doctor,tell them what is going on with you,tell them everything,ok? please do this!

Answer by lifeisbutadream
NOT a circulation problem! I guess you did go to a doctor then and should have told you the answer. if not then it is either a circulation problem or a nerve problem or a mental one. you pick, if you don’t want to see a doctor.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Why does my fingers and hand go numb? Read entire question.?

First it will start off with my thumb tip and go about half way down. As the numbness/tingling starts to subside, the index finger will copy it, and so on so forth until after the pinky is done the palm of my hand starts. It is NOT lack of circulation, so you are wrong if you say that. I’m not doing anything to cause it. No drugs, no medication, no lack of sleep, not laying or sleeping on it wrong. Just every once in a while it does it. I do not have carpal tunnel syndrome either. I can’t find anything online about it, and I’m too young to have a heart attack (although it has happened in people’s twenties before…) and it happens with both hands. Sometimes the numbness will continue up to my elbow as well. Also, sometimes after I get the numbness I get a migraine. What is going on!!!?

Answer by Jodith
It’s possible you have a pinched nerve, although in my experience, you get pain more than numbness.

If this has been going on for a while, you really should see a doctor.

Answer by ifly175
Yes it most likely is a nerve impingement. It is usually due to repetitive movements or postures related to work, studying, etc. It sounds like it could be somewhere along the brachial plexus. Typically the nerve will get pinched from a taut muscles. The nerves runs right through muscles, and if a muscles is hyper tense it will cut off the nerve, which is what causes the numbness and tingling. It is an old wives tale that tingling and numbness is from poor circulation, it simply isn’t true. You can do a number of things. You can see a neurologist. They deal specifically with nerve problems and can give you medical options. You can also see a physical therapist or even a really good, well trained massage therapist that specializing in corrective therapeutic treatments. All three will probably give you a series of stretches to help loosen the hyper tense muscle and stop the tingling. You will also need to do whatever exercises or helpful tips they give you to correct the repetitive action causing the impingement or it will never be full corrected. I’d guess it may be extensive use of a computer, carrying items in your arms for long periods of time or anything that would cause you to have your arms in front of you and tense for long periods of time. A tip is if it is for example computer use, take a 10 minute break every hour and stretch. The migraine would probably be caused by the overload of the nervous system. It can be a very delicate balance, not to mention if you are doing repetitive movements, it can affect muscles in your neck as well, that can contribute to migraines. Good luck, hope this helps.

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