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Doctor insights on: Remedies For Long Fingers

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Is it bad to have long fingers?

Is it bad to have long fingers?

No: It is what it is . There are some medical conditions associated with very long or very short fingers but as an isolated thing it isn't good or bad. ...Read more

Dr. Zahid Niazi
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Long Fingers (Definition)

Long fingers is a feature in which a person's fingers are longer than usual for the average normal person in his ethnic/racial group. Very long arms and fingers can be ...Read more


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What are long fingers caused by?

What are long fingers caused by?

Arachnodactyly: This feature can occur on its own, with no underlying health problems. However, it can also be associated with certain medical conditions. Examples include marfan syndrome, ehlers danlos syndrome , homocystinuria. Arachnodactyly is a condition in which the fingers are abnormally long and slender in comparison to the palm of the hand. It can be presentit at birth or develop in later in life. ...Read more

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What do I do to get pretty, long fingers?

What do I do to get pretty, long fingers?

Genetics and age and: Weight play a role but the first two arethe greatest, you cannot lose weight tools your fingers thinner unless you are extremely morbidly obese . I say this last point is very important because unless you are being treated for morbid obesity losing weight will not affect your fingers also as we age our fingers change in shape and appearance so even if you have long shapely fingers its transient. ...Read more

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Does having long fingers mean you will be tall?

Does having long fingers mean you will be tall?

No it means: You will have long fingers, height may correlate with hand and foot size but this is not an absolute. ...Read more

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Some people have those long fingers, not abnormal but nice, long and thin. Is it possible to for mine to get that way?

Some people have those long fingers, not abnormal but nice, long and thin. Is it possible to for mine to get that way?

Genetics and age and: Weight play a role but the first two arethe greatest, you cannot lose weight tools your fingers thinner unless you are extremely morbidly obese . I say this last point is very important because unless you are being treated for morbid obesity losing weight will not affect your fingers also as we age our fingers change in shape and appearance so even if you have long shapely fingers its transient. ...Read more

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Any negative effects of having long fingers?

Any negative effects of having long fingers?

In most cases no...: Long fingers in isolation are not a problem. Some times long fingers are associated with systemic problems (eg. Marfans) and thus can have additional health risks. ...Read more

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Is there any surgical procedure that would let me have long fingers?

Is there any surgical procedure that would let me have long fingers?

No unless you : Have a signicant congenital difference with functional librations a hand surgeon will not offer a finger procedure to lengthen a digit. Cosmetic surgery and hand surgery do not mix well. The most essential issue in the hand is fiction followed elimination of pain deformity that are functionally limiting http://en.M.Correction of functional deformity not cosmetics. ...Read more

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If you have long fingers you have long penis?

If you have long fingers you have long penis?

Not related: There are plenty of such myths. Many women believe that penile size is related to size of feet, also untrue. By and large taller and bigger men may have larger penises than slight and small men. Achondroplastic dwarfs (little people with very short arms and legs) have same size penises as men of normal stature. ...Read more

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Are abnormally long fingers a medical concern?

Are abnormally long fingers a medical concern?

Perhaps: Isolated long fingers are usually of no concern. There is a condition called arachnodactyly which can be associated with other conditions - i.e. Marfans, etc. If you are concerned, might i suggest a consultation with a pediatrician, plastic surgeon or geneticist. ...Read more