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Pain in left hand middle and ring finger joints in morning?

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Dr. Mila Mogilevsky
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
3 doctors agree

In brief: Nerve pain

There could be several possibilites.
The pain can arise from your arm/elbow or your neck. Usually it happens when the nerve is oinched in one or both of these areas. See your doctor.

In brief: Nerve pain

There could be several possibilites.
The pain can arise from your arm/elbow or your neck. Usually it happens when the nerve is oinched in one or both of these areas. See your doctor.
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Dr. Bradley Butkovich
Orthopedic Surgery

In brief: Arthritis could

Be playing a part especially if you have had an injury in the past.
Outside of that it could very well be a trigger finger if it is an isolated finger. Typically it will feel stiff in the morning and may lock-up. You can try extension exercises. Icing. It may require an injection to help it. If it is not getting better seek the advice of a hand doc or orthopaedic surgeon.

In brief: Arthritis could

Be playing a part especially if you have had an injury in the past.
Outside of that it could very well be a trigger finger if it is an isolated finger. Typically it will feel stiff in the morning and may lock-up. You can try extension exercises. Icing. It may require an injection to help it. If it is not getting better seek the advice of a hand doc or orthopaedic surgeon.
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