Doctor insights on:
Polydactyly is a : Common condition. The most common of these is a post axial polydactyly, meaning an extra small finger. Most are removed at a very young age. The finger itself is not harmful but cosmesis may be a concern and function of the two ringers may be less than if one were there. Polydactyly is associated with many genetic syndromes but they are not caused by the extra finger. ...Read more
It depends: Is it 6 fingers altogether, like 3 on each hand? Or is it 6 fingers on one hand and the usual 5 on the other? If it's 6 fingers altogether, that would make it difficult for the surgeon to use the usual surgical instruments. If he/she has 6 fingers on one hand, that's probably not so bad. ...Read more
Not sure: Of your question. It can be hereditary. ...Read more
See the results: A plastic surgeon with 6 fingers. . .Surgical gloves must really be a problem! skill is not related to the number of fingers; it's how you use the ones you have. I know of no 6-fingered concert pianists, so having "extra" fingers is not an advantage! the same goes for surgery. Look for abps certification, experience in the procedure you seek, and have an in-person consultation. Check result photos. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi my baby now six month he has six fingers on the left hand is it true to remve it now ? And how ? Please helpe me am worry
see orthopedist: He'll tell you proper time for removal extra digit. ...Read more
I've had right side chest pain (mostly on the surface, ~4-6 fingers below clavicle, ~4 fingers from armpit) for ~few weeks. I'm concerned it's serious?
I have a six finger on my left hand, will be having surgery tomorrow it is infective taking pain med and antobo. Will this infection cause prob?
It could: Contact surgical team. Surgeons tend to postpone non emergent surgeries until an infection or wound has healed. ...Read more
Our baby is 10 months old.She is born with a cleft in her left leg .She has 3 fingers for one foot and for the other foot she has 6 fingers ( with?
Consult: I would need more information, but a geneticist would be the person to see. ...Read more
Had on-off hand eczema for about 1/2 yrs mainly in winter and in contact w chemicals. I now have superficial nail pits in 6 fingers.No skin lesions.
Due to inflamation: Due to inflammation and minor injuries to the cuticles. The new nail is formed under the cuticle and will cause changes in the nail for 6 months. That is the time required for complete replacement of a finger nail. A likely injury to this structure is any pushing or cutting of the cuticle at a manicure. Take better care of them and look for normal finger nails in 6 months. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby has g6pd and is polydactyly at the same time. with conjoined thumb on left hand. both hands have 6 fingers. how can i deal with it?
U need 2 C a hand-: -surgeon, 1 who is fellowship trained in hand. It takes imaging 2 eval the bone structure as it can B used 2 help stage the procedures needed. Many times an extra digit may not have any supporting bone structure. That helps as 2 which digit needs 2 B excised. By conjoined thumb if U mean attached 2 index, it can easily B fixed also ...Read more
Vagina hurts about 30-40 minutes after first time being fingered. Lasted six hours. Fingered quickly and in the vagina and around it. Normal pains?
Probably fine: The first couple times you do this you might not be as lubricated as you need to be leading to some discomfort. Probably a good idea to use some KY liquid or astroglide next time. This is also a good time to realize rubbing the clitoris gently beforehand causes lubrication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I got mullet finger 6 weeks ago, and dr. Put the splint and extended it just 4 days ago. (he thought it was 1 week.) can this help me anyway?
Blisters?: This depends on the nature of the blisters. One of the most common skin conditions is vesicular dyshidrosis which produces tiny blisters which when they dry up causes skin on the fingers to peel.Have this looked at by a doctor for specific diagnosis. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer