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What can I do for stiffness and soreness in me hands?

What can I do for stiffness and soreness in me hands?

Inflammation: If you are a healthy person and doing manual labor it is not unusual to have stiffness and soreness of the hands. If you have no stomach problems, bleeding tendency, or kidney or liver problems it is safe to take over the counter Motrin with food. Please take as recommended on the bottle or your physician. With rest and medication this should resolve in 1week. Otherwise see you primary doctor. ...Read more

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Got tattoo on inner wrist. It is day 6 & now hand & arm is sore & feels stiff. Tattoo looks & feels fine. No signs of infection. Is stiffness normal?

Got tattoo on inner wrist. It is day 6 & now hand & arm is sore & feels stiff. Tattoo looks & feels fine. No signs of infection. Is stiffness normal?

Sore wrist: This is not a normal reaction to tattooing pigment. If you were allergic or infected there should be pain, tenderness and swelling with redness. The procedure may have stirred up a carpal tunnel syndrome where numbness of the fingers could be a clue. For that use a wrist splint. Does not sound like a complication of pregnancy. Send more info since many Dxs cause these symptoms. ...Read more

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I have been having problems with my hands and fingers for about a month I wake up every morning to sore stiff hands and fingers I can't hardly close my hands or bend my fingers they hurt to the touch my fingers are very painful and hurt to the touch or wh

I have been having problems with my hands and fingers for about a month I wake up every morning to sore stiff hands and fingers I can't hardly close my hands or bend my fingers they hurt to the touch my fingers are very painful and hurt to the touch or wh

The: The symptoms that you are describing are concerning for arthritis in the hands. This could be related to inflammatory arthritis (such as rheumatoid arthritis), degenerative arthritis (osteoarthritis) or other conditions. It is important to be evaluated asap to determine the cause. Rheumatoid arthritis can lead to permanant joint damage within 4-8 weeks if not diagnosed and treated properly. Whatever the cause, a rheumatologist should be able to make a diagnosis and prescribe appropriate treatment. ...Read more

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Hi Doc. Fell on my wrist playing dodgeball. The surface was astroturf but very hard. Immediately painful, but iced it and didn't swell up very much. In the morning, pretty sore and stiff but was still able to try or and stuff at work. Each morning has got

Hi Doc. Fell on my wrist playing dodgeball. The surface was astroturf but very hard. Immediately painful, but iced it and didn't swell up very much. In the morning, pretty sore and stiff but was still able to try or and stuff at work. Each morning has got

Wrist Sprain/bruise: These types of injuries are very common. If there is no numbness/tingling, persistent swelling or restricted movement, then these type of injuries could be a mild wrist sprain or contusion. Such injuries could take a few weeks to improve. If symptoms get worse or persist x-rays and evaluation may be helpful. Protect and relative rest would be advised for the next 1-2 weeks. ...Read more

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My wife age is 30 years old and her hand in the morning has stiffness and pain. What can we do?

Get it evaluated: The major thing you can do is to have the problem evaluated. You need a proper diagnosis. There are numerous problems that cause hand pain and stiffness. Most of them are arthritic but not all. See a rheumatologist. ...Read more

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I woke up one morning with achy hands and sore forearms. How do I know this isn't some sort of inflammatory event?

I woke up one morning with achy hands and sore forearms. How do I know this isn't some sort of inflammatory event?

Probably not!: Aches pains and stiffness are a function of lack of healthy muscular tissues. Add magnesium to the diet, epsoms soaks will do 2 things, help you sleep better and add the magnesium. Stretch those forearm muscles. .. Add in neck and shoulder massage. See an acupuncturist. Ck w your doc. ...Read more

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Having severe joint pain in hands and morning stiffness. Was checked for rheumatoid factor. My result was <10 and the standard range was 0-13.9IU/mL?

Having severe joint pain in hands and morning stiffness. Was checked for rheumatoid factor. My result was <10 and the standard range was 0-13.9IU/mL?

Change your food: Body is telling you it is inflamed. Fortunately not bad enough YET to make blood test abnormal. Most inflammation in body that can cause this is caused by inflammatory foods. These include: wheat, sugar, potatoes, and juice. Also partially hydrogenated oil and artificial sweeteners. This may be the warning shot across your bow, leaving you time to change quickly.
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I am suffering from fibromyalgia for last 3 years. Almost all joints pain. Morning hand stiffness. Here in gurgaon, india, I could not get a doctor?

I am suffering from fibromyalgia for last 3 years. Almost all joints pain. Morning hand stiffness. Here in gurgaon, india, I could not get a doctor?

Check first: This may not be fibromyalgia. Morning stiffness in small joints brings up the possibility of rheumatoid arthritis. The pain of fibromyalgia is felt more in the muscles than in the joints. Have a general doctor check you for any type of arthritis before seeking out a fibromyalgia specialist. ...Read more

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Arm and hand numb and tingling I had been turned around backwards for around an hour, my shoulder started hurting. I was sore for 2 days. On the 3rd morning I woke up in severe pain and could not move my arm or hand because of it. My brother had to drive me

Arm and hand numb and tingling I had been turned around backwards for around an hour, my shoulder started hurting. I was sore for 2 days. On the 3rd morning I woke up in severe pain and could not move my arm or hand because of it. My brother had to drive me

Possi injured nerve: I am assuming that your neck was" turned around backwards". If this is so then nerves in the neck seem inflamed. Turning the neck could have injured facet joints in neck and their inflammation is affecting the exiting nerve roots which are nearby. It is likely to take quite some time to heal. ...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