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Pain In Fingers And Joints Of Hand
Pain in thumb and index finger joints of a hand, I haven't stepped out of home from 1 month. Is it vit. D problem? Cause I was deficient before too.
I've been having sharp pain in my ring finger joint. Also, my left-hand ring finger is Stiff from the knuckle joint to the finger.
Trigger finger ? vs: Strain or constricting ring, if no trauma or strain and if older than 30 can start to get trigger finger, joint stiffness, see a hand surgeon best to take care of this. Be sure ring is loose fitting ...Read more
I am experiencing wrist pain, finger numbness, joint stiffness, wrist weakness and hand weakness. The following also describe me: Numbness or ting...
Question cut off: However, recommend medical assessment. To determine cause. ...Read more
Joint popping: Not sure if you are just cracking your knuckles, which you should not overdue, or you're talking about actual joint subluxation/dislocation which implies an unstable joint. This should be checked out. In certain joints like the so-called basal joint of the thumb it is not unusual for this to be "out of joint" with arthritis. But with other joints it would be very abnormal to be chronically "out". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What would cause the joints in your fingers to "lock up". There is only a little pain but have to use the other hand to "pull up" the locked fingers.
Trigger finger: That sounds like a trigger finger. I would see your doctor for a steroid injection. They work great for that indication. ...Read more
Pain in the joints of the fingers in one hand that nearly brought me to tears. It lasted a couple minutes and went away. Why do you think this happened?
Impossible to say: The cause of a single episode of very transient pain is difficult to determine. If it is a repetitive problem then get it evaluated. ...Read more
I have since a few months a pain in both hands(mainly fingers) it is like the joints are pain full mainly at night?
Some arthritis: Sounds like you have some form of arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis is typically symmetric in both hands, worse in the morning and associated with stiffness. Osteoarthritis tends to be worse after exercise. Both forms of arthritis can cause pain at night. There are many other causes of joint pain, including various autoimmune diseases, psoriasis, and infectious diseases. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Different types: The wear and tear type of arthritis(osteoarthritis), which is the commonest type takes years to develop as cartilage slowly erodes. However, more inflammatory types like rheumatoid, other autoimmune types or psoriatic or gouty arthritis can develop rapidly and be acute (suddenly) and then become chronic. ...Read more
Joints in my pinky fingers on both hands always crack when I bend/extend them-what could be causing that?
Bad pains in hands, especially finger joints, for 3 months. And sometimes bad pains in innerside of wrists/ forearms. What could this be?
Stiff finger joints in the morning , right-hand finger has trigger action gets easier after getting up not painful but discomforting?
I assume you must be above 50 years of age. There is more tendency to develop Osteoarthritis or Degenerative Joint Disease as we age. Stiffness in the hand joints are common symptoms. Will get better with movement within 30 min. Apply warm water
And you described the classic decryption of Trigger finger. Ortho. Can help you if this is very annoying to you. ...Read more
I have r. Artritis in my hands. I don't take medication because I'm afraid of the side effects? I have r.A. In my hands. My finger joints are becomming deformed. I am scared to take medication because of all the side effects they cause. Without taking drug
Not much: If you have RA, properly diagnosed by a doctor, confirmed. With blood tests, you probably need medication. Talk to a rheumatologist about your medication concerns. Natural remedies may be able to give some relief, but if you have deformities in your joints already, you need to see a rheumatologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tendon Inflammation: There are multiple causes of finger/joint pain. Given your age and no history of trauma, nor arthritic problems, the most likely cause is a trigger finger or tendonitis (swollen tendon). Ask yourself, ifyour pain is on the back of the knuckle, worse in the morning, and painful with flexing the finger, and if there is tenderness in the palm over the tendon. A hand surgeon can help make diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See doctor: For an evaluation in order to diagnose it. ...Read more