Can swelling of fingers, along with knuckle, wrist pain and redness on hands be a sign of which, scleroderma or lupus or both...No reynaurds here.

Possible. The symptoms you describe are consistent with an inflammatory (immunologic) disorder . You should really get with your family doctor involved who may get a rheumatologist involved. Multiple body systems can be affected by these disorders and need to be treated to avoid severe long term disorders. Good luck.

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I have swelling of fingers and wrist pain--what could this be?

Inflamatory arthriti. If this problem of finger swelling and wrist pain is on going without trauma you should be worked up for an inflammatory arthritis like rheumatoid arthritis. Read more...
Rule out arthritgout. Need to see if the cause is arthritis this may represent latent rheumatoid arthritis. Also need to be tested fit giut. Read more...

Can telangiectasia be also a symptoms of lupus not just scleroderma? I have 3 tiny red dots on the back of my hand scared of sclero- I have lupus. I am very pale so maybe its not even telangiectasia?

Not an issue. Telangiectasia are not associated with lupus but with scleroderma or overlap syndromes. However, it is likely that 3 small red dots are not scleroderma or telangiectasia especially if you have no other features of that disease. Read more...
Highly unlikely. The amount of telangiectasias in connective tissue disease such as scleroderma is usually significant and is located on more than just a dorsal hand. The fact that you have 3 small dots (which may or may not be telang) indicate this is a highly unlikely possibility. Continue to follow with your rheumatologist at your regular visits. Read more...

I am experiencing wrist pain, hand swelling and finger swelling.

You have arthritis! With so many joints involved you must have one of many types of arthritis! You need a workup from a rheumatologist. Simply treating pain is never the answer. If you have inflammation, it must be suppressed. Inflammation with damage joints, but lead to earlier artherosclerosis! Read more...

My husband is having a wrist pain in his right hand with the ring finger swelling and scratching. What might the cause be? He works very hard..

See below. This could be injury or he could have a inflammatory arthritis such as rheumatoid---he may want to see his doctor to confirm. Read more...
Tendinitis? Overuse can lead to tendinitis or inflammation of the tendons that move the fingers and wrist. This can occur after particularly heavy lifting or working more hours than usual. Try ice to affected area when he gets home for 15-20 mins. Use some Ibuprofen or aleve (naproxen). If this does not help, he should see a hand surgeon. Read more...

My left hand first finger knuckle burning and sharp pain. There is no redness or swelling. Sudden onset two days ago, with no relief even after rest?

More info? This could be gout, though there would usually be redness. Rheumatoid arthritis comes to mind but usually no sudden onset and generally more joints that one small finger joint. It would be good to know if there's been any recent trauma, spider bite, stick with a thorn? Does finger ever get stuck when bent? Read more...