Electric shock from my elbow

When do I get an electric shock when I got a hit at a certain part of my elbow? when this is happens? and when only there?

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Does the electric shock travel to your little finger?  Do you feel any numbness or tingling in your hand?  I'm not a doctor; but from what I've read, a possibility is cubital tunnel syndrome.  That doesn't appear to be a terrible condition, but still worth treating.  (Of course, you should check anything you read about medical conditions by asking a doctor.)

You can read about cubital tunnel syndrome at Hand University.

 

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