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Simple clinodactaly: When pinky fingers are turned slightly toward the middle of the hand, the term used is clinodactaly. When examined under x-ray, there is an angulation to the middle segment of that finger. It is a benign and potential inheritable process. It occurs in normal people and sometimes in higher frequency with certain syndromes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long?: Has this been going on for a while? Did they start at the same time? Do you have a primary physician? I would recommend a check up as there are a multitude of causes that could give aching digits. Most common are neuromuscular or vascular...meaning a nerve could be affected or the blood flow. Please be seen in person! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See an MD: Not a good sign.Get a more detailed answer ›
HAV: From this minimalist description, possibly a bunion. ...Read more
What is wrong with my toe nail and my foot? My foot is really dry especially between my toes. My toe nail has these white lines.
My big toes are leaning towards my second toes, and my second toes are resting on top of them. My second toes are bent and I experience pain in arch?
Bunion: Sounds like you have a bunion (big toe starting to point to the outside of your foot) and pushing under your second toe. This is quite common. You may secondarily have plantar fasciitis. You need to see a podiatrist to get this looked at. There may be some conservative means for treatment for the arch pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: If symptons sudden, with activity, it suggests silent carpel tunnel syndrome in your diabetes affecting the relative strength of your thumb to your other fingers. If the problem is developing slowly, with arthritic stiffness and weakness, you may have neuropathy. Overuse of the hands can trigger thumb problems because it is the most vulnerable digit. Don't worry, there are solutions(splints). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My fingernails are flatter than my toes and my big toe is thick and hard , & my nails are way lighter than my toes. Why?
Many possibilities: Here is general advice re foot pain causes: http://www.mayoclinic.org/symptoms/foot-pain/basics/causes/sym-20050792 As you can see a variety of possibilities and hard to sort out without examination and therefore advise seeing a doctor licensed in your area for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a neurologist: A lot more info. Is needed. See a neurologist. ...Read more