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My index finger is aching. Could I have possibly have arthritic bone from overuse?
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Dr. Colin Kerr
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In brief: Finger ache
If the aching is around the joints (the parts where the finger bends), it is most likely arthritis.
If the aching occurs in the straight parts of the index finger between the joints, it may be a tendon inflammation, soft tissue infection, or a cyst causing the pain.

In brief: Finger ache
If the aching is around the joints (the parts where the finger bends), it is most likely arthritis.
If the aching occurs in the straight parts of the index finger between the joints, it may be a tendon inflammation, soft tissue infection, or a cyst causing the pain.
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