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Is it normal to br able to move the bones in mu fingers dby pusging down on my palm anf wiggleing them?

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Dr. Daniel Maddox
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: Yes!

Although how much they wiggle with how much pressure you're applying might vary enough to suggest excessive joint laxity, which could be a sign of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
Your doctor can offer some guidance on how much is normal, and whether your mobility is enough to generate concern.

In brief: Yes!

Although how much they wiggle with how much pressure you're applying might vary enough to suggest excessive joint laxity, which could be a sign of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
Your doctor can offer some guidance on how much is normal, and whether your mobility is enough to generate concern.
Dr. Daniel Maddox
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Dr. John Washburn
Family Medicine

In brief: Probably normal

The bones of the fingers and hand are extremely mobile, designed for a range of movement.
Some people have more laxity in their joints than others, so as long as it isn't painful or causing other abnormal symptoms i don't see this being a problem.

In brief: Probably normal

The bones of the fingers and hand are extremely mobile, designed for a range of movement.
Some people have more laxity in their joints than others, so as long as it isn't painful or causing other abnormal symptoms i don't see this being a problem.
Dr. John Washburn
Dr. John Washburn
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