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Damage to the ulnar nerve, which is the nerve that runs from the shoulder to the little finger, is known as ulnar neuropathy. This nerve helps you perform fine movements with your fingers and allows you to grip things tightly. The symptoms are numbness in the ring and little fingers, loss of finger coordination, tingling and burning feeling in the hand, pain, weakness in the hand, and loss of strength to grip things. Ulnar neuropathy can be caused by injury to the nerve, excess pressure on the nerve, elbow fracture, or if some swelling puts pressure on the nerve. Painkillers, corticosteroids, and medicines that reduce nerve spasms like Gabapentin, Carbamazepine, and Phenytoin are used to manage this condition.