Causes The Right Middle Finger Hurts?
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the right middle finger can refer to various medical conditions, for example:
Carpal tunnel syndrome Joint dislocation Tendonitis Rheumatoid arthritis Other factors, such as skin infections, gout, fibromyalgia, malnutrition, pinched ulnar nerve, diabetic neuropathy, post herpetic neuralgia, irritant contact dermatitis, mechanical injury, viral or bacterial infections in other organ systems, disorders of the ulnar nerve, diabetic neuropathy, post herpetic neuralgia, irritant contact dermatitis, mechanical injury, viral infections or bacteria in other organ systems, disorders psychic, etc Of course, not always the complaint will appear immediately from the first time you knit. Could be, this complaint arises because of tissue damage that is getting worse, due to the use of repetitis in an un Ergonomic finger position, so that only recently felt significant lately.
It is recommended that you first try to ease your complaint by:
Rest first hand with pain in fingers from excessive physical activity Compress with ice cubes or warm water in the affected finger. Apply pain reliever cream on painful fingers. Drink a lot. Eat a variety of foods that contain vitamin B complex. Avoid excessive stress If after undergoing the tricks above the pain in your finger persists, or it worsens, immediately check with your doctor or neurologist for further evaluation, for example by X-rays, CT scans, blood tests, or other supporting examinations . The results of this evaluation can later be used by doctors as a reference in determining appropriate management.
Hope this helps ...