Starting about a week ago, whenever I'd come back from working out, I'd have this sensation in my right hand, especially my fingers (palm side) and not so much on the palm, and the pressure was greatest on the tips of my fingers. Weird thing was my left hand didn't have this problem. It would usually disappear when I would wake up from sleep, or after 6 hours. This would only happen on days I worked out. However, it came up again about 3 days ago, on a day where I don't workout. Ever since then, it has become permanent. I isolated the cause of the problem to be the screwing wrench thing for the barbell since it applies great pressure between my palm and fingers when i squeeze it. I, without thinking, used my left hand to squeeze it, and sure enough, now my left hand has the same problem too.
The sensation can be described as: when you wrap a rubber band around a finger and squeeze it, the part thats red and full of blood (the numbness), that's how my fingers are. When your foot falls asleep, u touch it, and you KNOW that you're touching it, but u can barely feel it. The feeling is super blunted. So my sense of touch and feeling in my finger is very blunted. I can move my fingers perfectly without problem; it's just the sense of feeling, especially on the tips.
I made a doctor's appointment, but I have to wait about 3 weeks because I wanted to go to the doctors for other things too, but should i make ASAP appointment with different doctor if this is too dangerous?