The Fingers And Toes Are Swollen, Painful And Difficult To Move?
You mean to put it here when your fingers and toes are always lay down, keep on ringing. Well, so this. I do have a habit like that for a long time. It’s delicious, comfortable afterwards. But, day by day, my toes and hands hurt more. To the extent that once at a time, it was swollen and difficult to move, because of the pain. So, my question was, what caused me such pain? And what is the reason? Thank you, Happy.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. In general, ringing a joint should not be dangerous. This activity is usually done on the fingers, and some people can also do it on the neck. Clear research on the safety and danger of doing this habit does not yet exist, but seeing that this is a habit that is very often done by the wider community and so far there are no significant abnormalities, once again it should not be dangerous.
In your case, we really don't know exactly how you ring your fingers and toes. But if it hurts, it could be because the way it sounds is too rough, or too forced. There may be muscles that are interested when you ring the joint, or you might even make it hurt. Another possibility could also be due to things that are not related to these habits at all, such as gout, infections, immune system disorders, and much more.
Our advice, because now the most suspected as the main cause is the habit of ringing it, then first stop the habit until your condition improves. Warm compresses that are painful, and may take over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the rules of use listed. Then if it still feels painful, check yourself to the doctor, may be a general practitioner or a bone doctor, to ascertain the condition through a series of historical excavations, physical examination and support such as X-rays. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection. So, hopefully answering your question.