Subject: Re: pins and needles tingling feelings in hand going to fingers??
No idea Helen. Pins and needles are usually to do with blood flow, so it could well be the inflammation restricting it.
I do know that psoriasis/PA sufferers (i'm one also) have a higher risk of heart disease (amongst other things), we should get checked out for it yearly.
You should really get this checked out by your GP, perhaps book a double appointment so s/he has time to google it properly.
I hope i havn't alarmed you, the number crunching medics don't know the cause of the higher risk of heart disease/diabetes. It may well be due in part to the historical reliance that chronic pain sufferers have on alcohol etc..
Does a gentle massage help?