Pain When The Ring Finger Is Bent, Is It Due To A Fracture And How Long Should It Be Administered?
Good night. I am a 23 year old woman. It’s been 4 days that my ring finger aches when bent, it starts when I do my finger ringing activity. Then 2 days after the activity of ringing my fingers, my fingers ached while bending, and the middle bone of my ring sticked out, so I made a splint to reduce finger movements. Is it because of the broken and how long is the use of splints on the fingers? Thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints that you experience still need further investigation to be certain what the condition is. For broken bones themselves, actually very rarely encountered due to the habit of ringing a finger, although it will depend again with the position and the strength of the force used to ring the finger. But apart from that, there are a number of other possible causes besides fractures that can be the cause of your condition. Among others are:
Rheumatic arthritis conditions Gout or gout conditions Joint irritation due to repetitive movements Infection of the joints Cysts or fluid-filled sacs Tumors
Which of the above possibilities is not handled by the procedure. Therefore, we recommend that you first confirm the diagnosis, whether there is a fracture or other conditions, by seeing a general practitioner or may go directly to a bone doctor. By digging in-depth history, direct physical examination and support such as X-rays when needed, the diagnosis will be made clearer and the handling will be more appropriate.
In the meantime, your finger doesn't have to be put to the stomach until the doctor who examines you states that. The important thing is you don't use it to do your activities first, like typing, writing and so on. To reduce pain you can compress it with warm compresses, and take painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs that are sold freely by reading the rules of use listed. So, hopefully answering your question.