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When Your Middle Finger Are Curled Stuck
Tiny clear itchy bumps occur on right middle finger (from mid joint to fingertip). Recently the finger tip feels a little numb.?
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I work as a auto tech. I use my hands all day and at work now and at home my right arm hurts, my middle finger will not bend like it used to, can't sleep and on my right foot mid-way by my big toe to mid toe hurts when I walk? I'm 43 years old and need to
Typically this is not one thing but a series of separate issues.
However you need a good general physical, bloodwork, checked for gout, diabetes, thyroid disease and general "stuff: first...Then you r physician can start to focus in on these things
for example a neuroma in your foot (a nerve inflammation between the toes) a trigger finger or post traumatic arthritic joint in your finger, , a rotator cuff issue in your right shoulder
all these things can give you these symptoms,
are you falling part, no... But welcome to 40 plus year of age
seriously though start with a regular chreck up and go from there. ...Read more
Huh?: How could it be better to break more fingers...Or anything? As long as it is not mis-aligned, it is often treated just by buddy-taping to adjacent finger. But, if more complicated, should be seen by a hand specialist and properly splinted. ...Read more
Trigger finger: Sounds like you have trigger finger. It is caused by inflammation involving the tendon and the tendon sheath of your finger. Your finger may get stuck in a bent position and then pops open like a trigger being pulled and released. You should avoid repetitive clenching. May want to take otc nsaids and soak it in warm water. If it's severe, you should see a doctor. Steroid injection often help. ...Read more
Sometime it take: Long time to heal, but did you checked out to se if ti is broken, injury to the ligament? ...Read more
May be the MCP joint: Where is the location of the metacarpal phalangeal joint. There maybe injury or irritation there. This is something you can discuss with your physician. This possibly is related to your growth, but you need to clarify ...Read more
Depends on break...: If the break is displaced or involves the joint (the parts where your fingers bend), or a bone fragment is ripped off with a tendon, then you're at risk for more complications down the road. I.E arthritis of the joint, unable to fully bend the finger, etc. We use our hands a lot, and to lose even a little bit of function can be a big deal... If it were me, i'd see the doctor. ...Read more
Plan.: Unfortunately, it's impossible to figure out what is this not seeing 'a hard whole' on finger. You can use Prime for consult or go to the doctor if it bothering you. ...Read more
My whole left side has been very achie and num, and middle finger is swelled and can't bend good,?
Odd story~: Hello ~ this is an odd story. I would see your GP for a check up but your body perception sounds off course. This could be classical body dysmorphism. A psychiatric opinion will help if I'm right. Thanks ...Read more
I tried one of my old rings on and it has got stuck on my middle finger, can you help me get it off?
Yes: A physician can help if it is stuck. If you have blue/gray hue of skin, pain, tingling, pale skin below on the finger, then go to ER. Otherwise, try elevating the hand above your head for awhile (maybe in cool, dry place). Use plenty of lubrication. If this fails, then head to the doctors office. ...Read more
Think I broke my middle finger 3 weeks ago. I still can't straighten it and still painful. What should I do?
Be seen: If you can't straighten it 3 weeks you should have it checked out. If it is broken and not set right, it can heal crooked which would be a serious problem as your grip and strength can be affected. A bad sprain can do this too, but usually after three weeks, it should be better if it s not a serious problem. ...Read more
I finished eating Wendy's & now in middle finger I feel a beating. What can this be. How can I stop this feeling?
Wendy's not at fault: Feeling pulse beats in various parts of your body is common. As long as your finger isn't swollen or discolored, the feeling should pass soon. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
Cut my middle finger. Got stiches they come out 1 week. How long for cut to completely close and can it reopen after stiches come out?
Should be fine: The fingers are very vascular and heal quickly. 7-10 days, or 1 week for the fingers is usually enough time to let the finger get full closure, and heal. If the area looks as though it is not ready, the sutures can be left in for a few more days. Ultimately, weeks after, the area should be close to healed fully, but scarring and some discoloration can be normal. Best wishes. ...Read more
My right middle finger seems to be bending to the right, and I don't know how or why it occured. Can you tell me if something's wrong?
Pain and swelling: Basically pain and swelling about the knuckle. It is usually wise o get an x-ray to make sure there is no underlying fracture. ...Read more
You may have trigger: Finger, diagnosis of trigger finger doesn't require any elaborate testing. Your doctor or health care provider makes the diagnosis based on your medical history and a physical exam. During the physical exam, your doctor will ask you to open and close your hand, checking for areas of pain, smoothness of motion and evidence of locking. ...Read more
Finger Tip Numbness: Carpal tunnel syndrome, often linked to extensive typing on a keyboard, is a common condition associated with finger numbness. The carpal tunnel is a tube-like structure located along the palm side of the wrist. The tube holds and protects the main nerve leading to the hand and the associated tendons. Pressure placed on the nerve produces symptoms, such as finger numbness. ...Read more
If doesn't go away..: See a doctor. Could be from many different causes.. ...Read more
Treat the cause: The finger needs to be evaluated, nalgesics can be give safely at that point. ...Read more
See a doctor ASAP: A jammed finger could result in a simple sprain. However, these can also be devastating injuries - fractures and fracture-dislocations. Unfortunately, bad injuries can appear to be innocuous. X-ray and examination are essential. Patient's with fracture-dislocations presenting late are one of the least favorite things I like to see... ...Read more
Several reasons: Swelling and pain is the body's way of leting you know that there is something wrong. The problem could be vascular or infectious and your doctor could help you sort this out. ...Read more