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I want to know if anyone else suffers from trigger finger symptoms?

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Dr. F. Thomas Kaplan answered

Specializes in Hand Surgery

Lots of people: Trigger fingers are very common. Many resolve with time, however others may require corticosteroid injection or surgical release.

Answered 3/18/2019

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Dr. Robert Purchase answered

Specializes in Orthopedic Surgery

Yes: Trigger finger is a very common condition that affects many people. It can be successfully treated without surgery in the vast majority of cases. If it does require surgery, the surgery is relatively simple and has a good track record. See an orthopedic surgeon/hand surgeon if you need evaluation and treatment.

Answered 3/18/2019

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