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On my left hand, there is a stabbing pain between my index finger and thumb whenever I move them, what's wrong with me?

On my left hand, there is a stabbing pain between my index finger and thumb whenever I move them, what's wrong with me?

Hand pain: Stabbing pain is most of the time muscular in nature. However, tingling and numbness/weakness would be a sign of nerve entrapment (carpal tunnel syndrome). Stop texting for a while and it should get better. Texting can also lead to cervical spine strain and disc damage+nerve entrapments. Use heat twice a day for at least a week. Immerse your hand in warm water and exercise by opening and closing. ...Read more

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Pain for 2 days in left forearm more an ache than a stabbing pain, and tingling in fingers. No pain in other part of arm, chest or shoulder. ?

Pain for 2 days in left forearm more an ache than a stabbing pain, and tingling in fingers. No pain in other part of arm, chest or shoulder.  ?

Details: Pay close attention to where you feel the tingling. Aching pain less helpful for localizing the cause of the illness. Since you are 62 and the problem is new it is likely a nerve generated problem. Details of symptom distribution will help localize the nerves involved and this will help indicate potential diagnoses. Treatment depends on cause. See your doctor with the information. ...Read more

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Stabbing pain in left hand and fingers?

More info needed: Is this isolated to the hand and fingers only? Is the pain traveling down the arm? Was there any trauma? Is there any pain at night or that wakes you up? Is there numbness and tingling in the fingers? We need more information to help you towards the next step. ...Read more

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I have a stabbing pain on the tip of my finger when i touch or grab things, or even sometimes when i type?

I have a stabbing pain on the tip of my finger when i touch or grab things, or even sometimes when i type?

Glomus tumor: Is your finger tip very sensitive to cold as well? If so, you may have what is known as a glomus tumor. This is a benign mass that can be very painful to the touch and very sensitive to temperature changes. You should get into a hand surgeon and have it checked out. Good luck! ...Read more

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Pelvic internal pain that is getting worse every time I have sex. Deep stabbing pain in pelvis and back after being fingered. Possible causes?

Pelvic internal pain that is getting worse every time I have sex. Deep stabbing pain in pelvis and back after being fingered. Possible causes?

Infection: You need examined by gyn. Intercourse pain can have one group of causes, but sensitivity to finger manipulation strongly suggests there may be an infection present, serious being pid, which can affect fertility and be life-threatening. See gyn or er asap. Condoms in future can minimize this risk. ...Read more