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Trigger Finger And Thumb In Right Hand
What if any splints may help trigger finger (middle finger of right hand? When should they be worn?
Mild discomfort: I perform trigger thumb surgery under local anesthetic. It usually takes about 10-15 min. To identify and release the a1 pulley, which is what causes triggering. After surgery, the thumb will be immobilized for a few days. It takes about 2 weeks for the wound to heal. During the healing phase, you will be able to use the thumb. Narcotic pain medicine may be needed for a short time, post-op. ...Read more
When I bend my thumb they get locked in place and when release, they make a pop or crack sound. I use computer a lot. Do I have trigger finger?
Trigger finger: Typically has a locking or clicking tendon, other things can click in a finger or thumb such as a joint, a tendon snapping over a bone spur, other areas of tendon irritation in the wrist, even a cyst or tumor on a tendon or just a joint click from. Normal motion but yes it sounds like the description you give is that of a trigger thumb. Many get permanent relief from corticosteroid injection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Locking: Trigger finger developes at the a1 pulley at the base of the finger or thumb it is a form of stenosing tendonitis and tenovaginitis. The tendon or tendons that glide through the pulley get bound up there from swelling or scaring and tend to lock or trigger. Usually begins with pain and or swelling and progresses to triggering without appropriate treatment. See a hand surgeon. ...Read more
What usually occurs in this problem is
that the flexor tendon gets caught in
on of the pulleys in the palm of the hand
if mild it can be relieved with ice, nsaids
and possible cortisone shots
if it persists, you might need to have
a release of the pulley performed to
alleviate the catching. ...Read more
Not usually: It is not uncommon to develop swelling in the hand after a carpal tunnel release. Sometimes swelling can affect the tendons and tendon sheath. If this occurs, triggering may develope. It may also be unrelated. Carpal tunnel syndrome (cts) and trigger finger have overlapping patient demographics. Oral/injectable steroids and therapy should relieve your symptoms. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Side effect: Carpal tunnel release can cause swelling in your hand afterwards. Sometimes this may lead to trigger finger, which is due to swelling in your tendon. In addition, after surgery, you may be using your hand more since your fingers are no longer tingling. This can also lead to some swelling in the tendons. Developing trigger finger after surgery is not due to something wrong with the surgery. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Yes, but not likely: It is not uncommon to develop swelling in the hand after a carpal tunnel release. Sometimes swelling can affect the tendons and tendon sheath. If this occurs, triggering may develope. It may also be unrelated. Carpal tunnel syndrome (cts) and trigger finger have overlapping patient demographics. Oral/injectable steroids and therapy should relieve your symptoms. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Looking for relief of thumb trigger finger, the popping of the thumb happens when I relax at sleep....
Le me help you:
Treatment for trriger thumb wll be.
This includes oral nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, steroid injection, and judicious use of a a hand-based splint that prevents motion of the metacarpophalangeal (mp) and interphalangeal (ip) joints of the thumb (each maintained in 15 degrees of flexion).
If those do not work surgery is very effective. ...Read more
Unable to bend thumb backwards without pain. When pressure is applied to general area also pain. (i.e. pulling doornknob, etc) Not trigger finger.
Any injury/trauma?: If sudden thumb pain w/o specific injury, might be from overuse (ligament/tendon) issue. May benefit from splint to immobilize for a few days. If not improving after that, see your Dr / Urgent Care for evaluation and likely imaging to be sure no bone issue, then may splint for longer period. ...Read more
Falling apart! Got trigger finger l thumb. I have excruciating pain in the inner joint bone on my thumb <⬅️. Pls help me cure this trigger finger.
Trigger finger: A true trigger finger, named so because it appears that you have your finger placed on the trigger of a gun, usually needs surgical correction. This can be performed by an orthopedist or plastic surgeon. ...Read more
Is ice an effective non-drug treatment for trigger finger alongside splint? How long to ice if it is? Thumb is swollen at joint.
Which is better: Naproxen or Voltaren (diclofenac) for trigger finger (thumb) treatment? Want least side effects but effective inflammation treatment.
Naproxen v Voltaren (diclofenac): That's like asking if Batman is better than Superman! Both Naproxen & Voltaren (diclofenac) are NSAIDs. For that matter, so is Ibuprofen. It's just that Naproxen & Ibuprofen are available w/o prescription in States whereas Voltaren (diclofenac) requires prescription. Because they're all NSAIDs, they function exactly the same. For each drug, risk & benefit varies depending upon dose. In the end, only you can decide which 4u ...Read more
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