Subject: Re: Pins and needles
I'm sure many of us have been there, so many questions :)
I'm not sure about PsA but you can get carpal tunnel whether you have PsA or not. Have you done anything which could have injured anything round there, even mildly?
Have you been doing anything which might aggravate things like lots of typing or repetitive work or been hunched over a computer or, as it's only been a couple of nights, slept (if you did sleep) awkwardly on your neck, shoulder, arm etc...
If it continues, let your GP to have a look at that or the bruising. Carpal tunnel is a relatively common problem so they should be able to give you some idea of whether that is the likely cause.
If it is causing an ongoing problem you can pick up light wrist/elbow supports very cheaply to give them a try, see if it helps, they sell them in the pound shops usually, or try a tubi grip (very cheap in Quality Save etc...). You could try them when doing work like typing.