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Pain on top of left hand. Also in thumb area and wrist. Sharp pain with swelling and heat. What does this mean?

Hand pain. did you have any trauma to your hand/wrist? Need more information about your pain to make an accurate assessment. A visit with your doctor tomorrow if possible or even a live visit via healthtap would be able to provide a doctor with more information to give you a better plan of action. An xray may be needed depending on the specifics of the pain. Read more...
Hand pain. That depends on some thingg. Was there an injury involved? Was there an overuse injury - meaning a repetative action that may have caused a sprain? This could also be an inflammation or tendonitis depending on the location. More information is needed to make a diagnosis. If this continues or worsens you may want to see your primary care physician. Rest and Ice it to see if improves. Read more...

I have a sharp pain in my left hand side right under the ribs every morning right when I wake up. What is it?

Needs to be checked. Any pain in left side of chest needs to be evaluated by your doctor.We don't have enough information to advice you what it is or may be.It may be pain in cest wall, pain due to esophageal reflux, pain related to your lungs, pleura or heart at your age. If you are getting these pains daily it is about time you see your doctor to find the cause. Read more...

There's a sharp pain in my left hand that extends to my lower arm. This pain comes and goes. What could it be?

Carpal tunnel? It's possible this may be related to carpal tunnel if the pain is centered on the palmar side of your wrist. Pain from this can extend up to the arm. Read more...

I'm feeling a sharp pain on top of my left hand below my knuckles when I put pressure against it? Help please.

Not likely serious. If you have punched anything, it is possible you could have broken these small fragile bones. But if not, and if there is no swelling, no discoloration, no redness, heat or anything else and the skin is not broken, this is probably nothing. Don't push on it! But soak your hand in warm water or apply a warm washcloth, gently, 3 or 4 times daily. It will probably go away. Read more...