Why do my fingers hurt in the morning - Doctor answers
Female 15 yrs old- fingers hurt in the morning. Pain is mainly in the joints from my wrist to the tip of my fingers. Eyelids also swell in the morning?
See your doctor: The symptoms you are describing could be nothing to worry about and may go away, but they could be serious enough to warrant further work up and treatment. Either way, it's worth it to see your doctor for at least reassurance, if not further testing. Take pictures of your swollen eyelids to show your doctor, if they only happen in the morning. Good luck! ...Read more
Numbness in pinky, ring and middle finger. Pain and numbness in hand and elbow (especially in the morning) hurt while climbing symptoms are escalating?
Small finger numb am:
The nerve supply to the little finger can be affected. A circulation issue can also account for numbness. Sometimes a simple bruise or contusion or a swollen finger can also make out feel "numb" or different
when looking for nerve compression start at the finger and work your way up tot the neck any compression on any area can cause the finger to fell different. Although we generally use the word "numb" or numbness a true numb finger has no feeling at all. Maybe a better word is tingling to mean only a partial difference in sensation.
Even a swollen joint from arthritis or a bruise to the finger can make the tip f a finger feel different. A swollen tendon or a trigger finger can also make the finger feel less normal.
A contusion or bruise to the palm can affect the digital nerves that go to the finger.
A site of compression can be a the wrist. The ulnar nerve at the wrist more commonly affects the little finger, but some people with carpal tunnel syndrome complain of little finger numbness even though we are not supposed to be "wired" that way.
At the elbow the ulnar nerve continues up the arm and the inside of your elbow where you would think of your "funny bone" as residing is a site of compression that can give tingling in the little finger. Hoever usually little finger tingling from the ulnar nerve at the elbow will be accompanied by tingling on the top of the hand on the little finger side too.
Finally a compressive site in the neck or at a lower cervical nerve root (the lower part of your neck or cervical spine) can also give tingling
as for circulation, there are a variety of systemic and localized conditions that affect circulation in the hand from ryanauds, a spasm of the blood vessels due to cold, to the decreased circulation (and neve issues) of diabetes, to a disorder that is associated with trauma to the palm and interruption of normal hand circulation.
Finally there are more severe conditions that can simulate 'numbness" in arm of exretemities that are indirectly related to nerve or circulation issues
should one who has little finger numbness need to worry about all these things and more? The answer is yes and no. That's for your health care provider to determine but if the numbness continues your should seek medical attention.
From a hand or orthopedic surgeons perspective: a lot of those who have numbness in the little finger have cubital tunnel syndrome, which is a chronic compression of the ulnar nerve
(your funny bone) at the elbow
in the meantime think about your arm position when you are sitting at the desk or kitchen table and typing, simply sitting and being on a keyboard both your hands rotated on the keys and the inside of your elbow resting on the table or table edge can also give tingling in the little finger!
those who want to know more about cubital tunnel syndrome affecting the ulnar nerve can follow the link provided. ...Read more
I have palm pain, finger pain and finger stiffness connected to a finger on nondominate hand that got kicked into the joint years ago. No pain until repetitive hard gripping. Blood tests, x rays, emg, PT, no diagnosis or swelling. Worse in morning?
Need to examine:
It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without examining you and your symptoms warrant evaluation by a physician. The symptoms you described are suggestive of evolving Dupuytrens contracture. You may consult this site for info:
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/dupuytrens-contracture/basics/definition/con-20024378
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See details: It is difficult to answer without being able to examine your hands. Possible explanations include paynauds if there are color changes and cold sensitivity, carpal tunnel syndrome if there is a pins and needles sensation or arthritis of the dip joints. In this instance have a rheumatologist or orthopedist evaluate your hands. ...Read more
See below: You could have raynauds which is where the blood vessels in your hands clamp down and cause pain color changes in your hands. See your doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more
My fingers hurt and feel weird after a minute of me doing something or sometimes not doing nothing at all. Why can this be?
See your doctor: If it resolves, I would not worry about it. If it continues for weeks to months I would see my pcp for a rheumatological work up. ...Read more
Why in the fingers?: Why are you getting Botox in the fingers? Are you taking about hand injections for excessive sweaty palms? If that's the case, then yes there is some discomfort and everybody is different, but the needles are very small and typically are more bothersome than painful. Numbing cream can definitely help. Another option is to have your surgeon perform a nerve block which will make the whole hand numb ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Little pain: Every injection has a little discomfort associated with it. Injections in the fingers can be more painful d/t the larger amts of pain receptors. With that said, smaller needles can be used. There will be a little pain, but go in with reasonable expectations and you'll do great!!! Good luck ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
? Trigger finger: You may have trigger finger. This is characterized by a finger that, when bent and you try to straighten it, gets stuck part way. You then need to use your other hand to straighten it out completely. Luckily, this can be treated with a steroid injection in the palm at the base of the finger at a place called the a1 pulley. Most pcp's don't do this, so you will need to see an orthopedist for this. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Time: This is not something covered in medical school, but I can tell you as a one time guitar player myself, if you practice a lot over time finger tips will get calluses and this problem gets better. ...Read more
Can your fingers hurt from being on phone too much? Shooting pains in fingers from time to time out of no where. Could it be anti convulsant meds
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