2. Tingling of the Arm
Many people who suffer from Cubital Tunnel Syndrome report that they experience repetitive and constant tingling of the arm, sometimes radiating into other parts of the body like the shoulder – where the same nerve goes to the neck. It’s one of the most common symptoms, and sometimes the tingling is also associated with constant numbness in some of the fingertips.
Often times this symptom is one that will start as something moderate, and it’s usually something people ignore when it seems to last a few minutes to hours at a time; but as the condition progresses and actual damage is done to the ulnar nerve, the tingling is usually bound to become more frequent – and more painful – over time.
If not treated in time, the tingling can set into more serious symptoms such as numbness of the fingers. Treated early, this can be cured – but it can become permanent.