There Is A Sense Of Pain And Soreness In The Fingers?
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The feeling of aches and pains on your fingers due to cutting activities can be caused by various conditions. The first thing that can be thought of is the fatigue of the muscles around the fingers due to the overused muscles. This can indeed take a few days to about 2 weeks. However, if indeed your complaints are increasing or continuing to exist, then you can think about other underlying causes or medical conditions. Some of the conditions or disorders that can be considered regarding the cause of your current complaint are as follows:
There is interference with the joints. Whether previous rheumatism occurred or not depends on the previous complaints and the pain is getting worse with the activity. There is a disruption in the ligaments. There is overstretch of the muscles due to repetitive activities over a long period of time. There is a nervous breakdown in the finger area. However, usually the presence of continuous pain and tingling sensations can also be thought of a nervous breakdown. The presence of blood vessel disorders. The disturbance of blood flow in certain areas of the body can cause a tingling sensation known as paresthesia. If your complaint continues and even gets worse, it doesn't hurt for you to consult and see a doctor directly. A general practitioner can be an option and if a referral or follow-up consultation is needed, you can also consult an orthopedic doctor, medical rehabilitation doctor or a neurologist. Everything depends on the results of the consultation and examination with a general practitioner later.
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