Causes Of Pain In The Right Little Finger?
, yesterday after I woke up, I felt pain in the larva of my right hand. I thought maybe it was because I was just sleeping wrong, which made my larva bend during my sleep. Just why is it just flicking? Why don’t the other fingers come to bend? Finally, after I let the whole day, last night I realized there was a small bruising right at the joint of the base of my larvae (skin color is darker and rough when touched). When I press, it turns out to be right, that’s the center of the pain. Actually, I did feel that my larvae felt more painful than before. Maybe because the effect of my activity also affects. Can you give me advice to relieve the pain?
Hello, Suar Astra, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Pain in the little finger can be caused by a variety of causes, remembering the fingers are composed of bones, joints, nerves, blood vessels, connective tissue, to the skin. All disturbances in one of these structures can cause pain, for example there are injuries (both collisions, pressure, sharp object injuries, etc.), arthritis (arthritis, for example due to gout / gout arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, etc.), skin infections, disorders nerves (for example there are pins, there are chronic diseases such as diabetes, etc.), there are lumps, etc.
To determine the cause, it is necessary to do a direct examination by a doctor and if necessary a supporting examination can be done, for example x-rays and blood checks (if gout is suspected, diabetes, autoimmune diseases, etc.). Treatment depends on the cause.
However, there are several ways to reduce pain, for example by taking paracetamol, compressing it with cold water if it is swollen / bruised, and resting the painful part. If the pain does not improve within a few days, becomes swollen, has difficulty moving, has lumps, reddish skin, or appears in other joints, consult your doctor immediately.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.