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What could cause my finger tips to feel bruised and "stabbing" pain in my hands and feet?

What could cause my finger tips to feel bruised and "stabbing" pain in my hands and feet?

Neuropathy: Pain in fingertips and toes could be poor blood flow or nerve damage. These symptoms result from diabetes, high blood pressure and blood vessel diseases like raynauds. Sounds like its time for you to seek medical care. ...Read more

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Numbness in hands and fingers, feet feel like razorblades, my body shoots with burning snd stabbing pain w 75+lbs weifht loss whatisthis?

Numbness in hands and fingers, feet feel like razorblades, my body shoots with burning snd stabbing pain w 75+lbs weifht loss whatisthis?

Weigth Loss: You need to be evaluated by your pcp. This significant amount of weight loss can be very ominous and needs to be assessed immediately. ...Read more

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Tingling in my left hand, fingers, leg and foot.Lost hearing in 1 ear for 10minutes & sudden stabbing pain comes & goes. Normally healthy. What tests?

Tingling in my left hand, fingers, leg and foot.Lost hearing in 1 ear for 10minutes & sudden stabbing pain comes & goes. Normally healthy. What tests?

Need examination : Rather then tests.first of all you need to consult your doctor and need detailed history of your symptoms,past history and family history .And a detailed comprehensive exam including neurological exam.And based on that the doctor will order appropriate test like nlood test chemistry and other tests and may be hearing test .we can not decide what tests without knowin what we are looking for. ...Read more

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I got sharp pain in hands and feet and cramp what can do for this very pain?

I  got  sharp pain  in hands and feet and cramp  what can do for this very pain?

Have it evaluated.: Pain could be due to trauma (fracture, tendon or ligamentous tear, arthritis), infection, inflammation, metabolic conditions (gout) musculoskeletal (bony over growth) or biomechanical abnormality, or neurologic conditions (neuropathy). A thorough history and physical exam and possibly laboratory and radiology exams could determine the cause. Have it evaluated by a professional. ...Read more

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I have pain in hands and feet what does it mean?

Thorough History.: How about just a little more information. Type of pain, duration, onset, constant or intermittent are just a few examples of important information. If you have general medical conditions, how well are the conditions being controlled would help. Diabetes and obesity may play a role in the pain you are having, but a thorough evaluation is needed. Start with a healthtap PCP or internist for help. ...Read more

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Pain in hands and feet . Feeling heavy and like swelling in hands and feet . And when exercise feel pain in hands and feet after some time?

Pain in hands and feet . Feeling heavy and like swelling in hands and feet . And when exercise feel pain in hands and feet after some time?

Joint pain: Pain in hands and feet with swelling that gets worse with exercise needs to be evaluated for various causes to include inflammatory joint disease, thyroid disorders etc . Time to follow up with your doctor. ...Read more

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Why am I having continuous pain in hands and feet joints?

Why am I having continuous pain in hands and feet joints?

Pains 4: Pain is usually mechanical, inflammatory, neurological, or functional. At 34 y.o., some possibilities are rheumatoid arthritis, peripheral neuropathy, tendinitis. However, without a detailed history and a physical examination, it is impossible to say what the cause is in your case. See your primary care doctor first. ...Read more

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Pins and needles and sensitivity to sunlight? pain in hands and feet that get worse at night?

Need evaluation: This could be a neuropathy or paresthesias but with your other conditions your evaluation will look for these or other explanations. The sensitivity to sunlight will have a different cause or possibly an associated condition. Your physicians will try to integrate these in your evaluation. ...Read more

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Severe pain in hands and feet when exposed to cold. What meds can increase blood flow to warm the hands?

No meds: Episodic vasospasm (constriction of small arteries) of the fingers or toes. It is characterized by digital (fingers or toes) blanching or white color, cyanosis (blue), a feeling of numbness or dulled sensory response and rubor (red) after cold exposure and rewarming. Patients with raynaud's phenomenon should avoid unnecessary cold exposure and wear warm clothing. ...Read more

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Severe joint pain in hands and feet and morning stiffness. Sed rate is norm. So no inflammation. So why do they hurt?

Severe joint pain in hands and feet and morning stiffness. Sed rate is norm. So no inflammation. So why do they hurt?

Don't assume ...: That there is no joint inflammation because sed rate is normal. It's unclear from your note how long you have been experiencing severe joint pain; in the early stages of joint inflammation the sed rate may be normal and even the finding of joint swelling can be subtle. You are in the age group in which Rheumatoid Arthritis may occur. A more sensitive marker for inflammation is the CRP; ask MD. ...Read more