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I have a bump on my finger nd I don't know what it is it doesn't hurt but its hard and its on my index finger just about an inch from my knuckles?

I have a bump on my finger nd I don't know what it is it doesn't hurt but its hard and its on my index finger just about an inch from my knuckles?

Other possibilities: Include ganglion of tendon sheath and mucous cyst- ganglion of joint. These fluid filled cysts can arise spontaneously, after trauma, or in association with arthritis of a nearby joint. Even though they are fluid filled, the fluid (mucin) can be very viscous, almost solid. Most resolve without treatment. If bothersome see a hand surgeon for an evaluation. ...Read more

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What are tiny tiny bumps on fingers and knuckles? I got them after sexual encounter. Theyre like little juice bumps and i don't know what it is.

What are tiny tiny bumps on fingers and knuckles? I got them after sexual encounter. Theyre like little juice bumps and i don't know what it is.

Juice bumps?: Juice bumps that break open on their own or when scratched can be an infection, so a doctor should examine the rash to see if that's what's happening. Bumps that look like they might have some clear stuff inside, but don't break open easily, can be an allergic or sensitive skin problem called dyshidrosis (which is not an infection). The doctor will be able to tell the difference. ...Read more

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Treating Finger Warts (Checklist)

First verify the type of wart you have before deciding on treatment
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If you know it's a wart, use over-the-counter products as labelled.
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I woke up and my right index finger was throbbing. It feels swollen. Hard to bend/extend. Pain near knuckle. Hurts to squeeze. No known injury. ?

I woke up and my right index finger was throbbing. It feels swollen. Hard to bend/extend. Pain near knuckle. Hurts to squeeze. No known injury. ?

?infection: Is there accompanying redness which would suggest an infection? If so, consult your physician for diagnosis and treatment. Acute arthritis of one of the finger joints is another possibility. It's best to have the finger examined in either case. ...Read more

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Small pea sized lump on palm side of index finger, first knuckle. Hurts to push on, but not to touch. What could this be?

Small pea sized lump on palm side of index finger, first knuckle. Hurts to push on, but not to touch. What could this be?

Ganglion cyst: Commonest lump in the hand is a ganglion cyst. See a hand surgeon and s/he can decide if that is the correct diagnosis and treat you appropriately. ...Read more

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I have a hard red bump on my left index finger i've had it for a week now..It started out itching then started getting hard..What could it be? Hurts

Finger tumors: Need to be evaluated and your history reviewed to help figure out just what is happening. If the redness progresses, you must see your local doctor. ...Read more

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Treating Finger Warts (Checklist)

Apply salicylic acid to wart
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Pare down the wart
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Follow-up with dermatologist if not improving
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I dont know what caused it but my index finger hurts around the nailnthe cuticle to the first knuckle is red and swollen what do i do to make it bette?

I dont know what caused it but my index finger hurts around the nailnthe cuticle to the first knuckle is red and swollen what do i do to make it bette?

Paronychia is the: term for an infection that develops along the edge of the fingernail or toenail. Try warm soaks for 15 minutes in a 50% solution of antibacterial soap in water. Do this three or four times a day. Paronychia is usually caused by common skin bacteria entering the skin around the nail that has been damaged by dishwashing, other irritants, or finger sucking. If it does not improve, see your doctor. ...Read more

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