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How To Treat Arthritis In Hand
Being treated for rheumatoid arthritis my elbows will ache sometime. It feels like the pain travels to my wrist at the same time. Is this normal?
Yes.: The radial, ulnar ; median nerves r in close proximity to the elbow, ; the inflammatory process can irritation can effect the nerves and give u referred pain down the arm ; into the hand ; wrist. ...Read more
A condition where there is progressive degeneration of one or more joints. Symptoms may include joint pain, swelling, decreased motion, and stiffness. The two most common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis, which is associated first with articular cartilage breakdown with a component of inflammation, and rheumatoid arthritis, which is a systemic autoimmune disorder that affects joint linings first and secondarily ...Read more
Can you get arthritis in the joint in the middle of your thumb (where its wrinkly) from masturbating 2x per day everyday? Can it be reversed/treated?
No: I don't think that this is the case ...Read more
Does subluxation of trapezium from myocardial joint in my thumb mean arthritis. If not, what does it mean? How to treat?
I think so:
There may be some confusion regarding the language you use. Arthritis of the base of the thumb (carpometacarpal aka cmc joint) commonly involves subuluxation of the metacarpal from the trapezium. There are non-op options (meds, injections, splints) & surgical options. See these links for more:
http://orthoinfo. Aaos. Org/topic. Cfm? Topic=a00210
http://www. Permanente. Net/homepage/kaiser/pdf/46743.Pdf. ...Read more
Foggy memory painful joints and muscles. Swollon feet and hands. Painful knee pain in both knees and feels tender?
Hypersensitive skin toes/feet burns/stings horrible. Cold toes seeing vascular. Not ms. Crp 10. Normal thyroid. Stiff/painful joints hands, feet not ra?
Possibly: I would consult your hand surgeon to obtain radiographs of the wrist. ...Read more
Not likely, sorry: Basilar joint arthritis (tmc arthritis) develops from ligament damage and laxity which impairs stability. Cartilage surfaces do well under compression but not shear forces. The instability with grasp and pinch leads to cartilage breakdown and arthritis. Many patients benefit from a supporting splint. Treatment depends upon symptoms, not severity of x-ray changes. ...Read more
Pinky bust: Not necessarily. Try and not let it happen again. ...Read more
Patient sets limits: There's no diet restrictions; life's difficult enough without folks making food rules that are of little or no help. The discomfort and disability of the osteoarthritis itself will set the limit on activities. Osteoarthritis in the wrist is especially tricky as a bone may have been injured contributing to the problem. The treating rheumatologist can give you more guidance. Thanks for asking. ...Read more
Do the nail charges seen in psoriatic arthritis occur with the start of symptoms or before/after?
I'm just wondering, if you dislocate your pinky does that mean you will get arthritis in that finger?
My index finger hirts to bend or crackit. Could it be mild arthritis from cracking my fingers too much?
I have sharp shooting pains around the thumb into the wrist. Told it is a symptom of arthritis. Is that true?
Can be: Yes but it could also be the symptom of an irritated nerve. Pain with use, not at rest, points more toward a joint or tendon pain. ...Read more
I have sharp shooting pains around the thumb into the wrist and they said it is a symptom and of arthritis but that make sense?
Thumb arthritis: At the basilar joint or cmc joint where the thumb and wrist meets often presents with pain radiation to the thenar eminence the muscles that help move the thumb or along the wrist up the forearm it is a very common problem. Treatment begins conservative with ice, OTC NSAIDs, part time soft splints. And understanding how to modify activity without impacting daily use. If symptoms worsen prescriptions injections and even surgery can help you could find more information by seeing a hand surgeon ...Read more
Arthritis wrist: I have arthritis in my wrist. I used it too much at work today... help please? ANS: increase the dose of your arthritis med for a few days after talking with your Dr. Heating pad may help. Tell your employer about your problem. I would discuss with your health car team and ask about work advice. ...Read more
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