Burning Sensation And Pain In The Fingers Post Fall With A Sitting Position?
, I want to ask .. I’ve fallen unintentionally and hit my spine. After a while, my toes burned and the toes of my left foot ached at the tip of the finger. Is this disease curable?
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The spine is inhabited by many nerve fibers and spinal cord that are protected in the vertebrae. Hard enough collision in this area can certainly cause nerve disorders. This nerve disorder may be the cause of a burning sensation and pain in your fingers.
However, not only that, it could also be a burning sensation and pain in your finger that occurs due to other triggers, for example:
Infections, for example shingles, leprosy
Post herpetic neuralgia
Arthritis, for example due to rheumatoid arthritis (rheumatism), gout (gout)
Deep vein thrombosis
Excessive emphasis on the fingers
Multiple sclerosis, and so on
Can this condition be cured? The answer depends on the underlying cause. However, if the burning and pain that you experience is of mild intensity and does not interfere with the movement of your fingers, this condition is likely not dangerous. You can confirm it directly by going to a doctor or neurologist.
The following initial steps are usually able to resolve your complaint:
Finger compresses that experience complaints with warm water
Always use comfortable footwear, not too narrow, padded padded
Do not massage the fingers that have complaints
Eat healthy and nutritious foods, rich in B vitamins
Not doing activities that are at risk of causing injury to the fingers
No stress or excessive anxiety
Do not smoke or consume alcohol
Hope this helps ...