Finger joint catching

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When a patient complains of “ankle pain,” the most common differential diagnosis includes the following three common etiologies, Ligament injury, Achilles tendonitis or Ankle fracture. Where is the pain exactly if you have to point out with an index finger? When did the pain actually begin and what were you doing at the time? Do you experience any locking or catching or giving away in your ankle? Did you ever have surgery on ankle?
The area in question he mentioned with regards to the xray is the joint above the knuckle and the inside area of that joint facing the middldle finger.. The doctor put a metal type splint on my finger. I asked when should it should be removed. He said I could remove it in a few weeks or go to a walk in clinic. I still have some tingling in the finger and was wondering if that is normal? Should I see an orthopedic or would a walk in clinic with an xray facility be okay?
It was due to catching a ball which struck the finger. I had pain throughout the finger, couldn't bend the joint closest to the finger nail. Xrays were taken at the ER and they suspected a crack on top of the joint that is located above the knuckle and also to the inside of this same joint (facing the middle finger). I did see my family doctor a week later and another xray was taken. He said yes it is cracked and wear the splint for another week.
I have developed a lump in the joint between my thumb and the finger next to it. It appears to be near the joint in the webbing of my thumb and is approx 1cm wide. My thumb is extremely painful if i accidently clip it against something or put any pressure on it. I occasionally get pins and needles in my hand and it may be disturbing the blood circulation. Any assistance is appreciated. It has similar symptons to a ganglion cyst but i am unsure if you can get them in this particular area.
A bit over a month now and I bumped it causing much pain and the joint of the finger later turned a little purple and swelling. What has been worrying me is that once I bumped it this second time, it instantly started clicking halfway to closing the finger. Like a band being plucked... it would hurt a little when this happens as well. I made a splint and have been keeping it straight for almost three days now... I just took it off and slowly tried to bend it again..
About 10 days ago I had sex with another man for the first time and now I am extremely worried about catching hiv. We did several kinds of things during sex: - long french kissing using tongue - he gave me oral sex, my penis and anus - for about 5 seconds he put his finger in my anus, but I told him to stop. - I gave him oral sex only on his penis, but only for 5 seconds maximum, I stopped because I didnt like it.
However on the inside of this joint (facing the middle finger) it looks bulged or rounded. I traced my finger over it and it is definitely rounded and very hard. I know the joints are naturally a bit roundish on the outside but this is large compared to the ring finger on my right hand. Also looking at it you can see the bulging. I was wondering if this is bone or a bone I was feeling? It is quite painful, that area and the area of the finger that is injured.
Followed up with family doctor in a week, another xray, he said yes cracked around middle joint (side of the middle joint that faces towards middle finger). However the next day he phoned and said no its not broken. About a month later went to physiotherapy which included ultrasound treatment and compressions stocking. This lasted about three to four months. In Spring of this year I had no improvement.
recently i had pain in both knees joint 3 month back i visited doctor and was asked to carry out the folowing tests CBC with Vit D3 level and Radiography of both knee joint reports are as folows haemoglobin 13.6, total wbc 5400, esr 254x1000 16mm/hr test 25 hydroxy cholecalciferol (Vita D3), serum by RIA observed value 10.
I dislocated my pinky finger 5 weeks ago. From joint to tip was perpendicular to bottom of finger. Was so horrified, I pulled up and put it back in place and iced it, but hurt so badly I went to the ER. X-ray showed no break and they said I did a really good job (straight). Taped it to a splint and told me to ice every 2 hours for 20 minutes and wear splint for 2 days.
immediatley my finger felt like I was getting shocked! The pain generated throughout my hand and my wrist! Now a week later I still experience the tingle and numbness in my pointer finger! I should have gotten stitches but I didn't! The wound is heeling though! Whenever I bend my fingers backward or move my hand a certain way I get the shocking feeling back! Its my right had that I need to use all the time! If anyone knows if theres anything to do or if its supposed to be like this for a while?
Do you experience locking, snapping, popping or catching sensation in the finger while making a fist? Warm and cold compress, rest and pain relievers may help, but it is best that you see your physician right away for assessment. Hope this helps.
I have developed a lump in the joint between my thumb and the finger next to it. It appears to be near the joint in the webbing of my thumb and is approx 1cm wide. My thumb is extremely painful if i accidently clip it against something or put any pressure on it. I occasionally get pins and needles in my hand and it may be disturbing the blood circulation. Any assistance is appreciated. It has similar symptons to a ganglion cyst but i am unsure if you can get them in this particular area.
Not like an open cut, more of a graze on the joint, on the 'outside' part of my finger; not the side where the palm is. As I said I didn't touch any of the girls. Anyway, the girls touched herself a bit, but didn't like go right inside. Afterwards when I went to leave, one came over and hugged me. Now today, I'm crapping myself in case I caught something. Is there any chance I could have?
I had surgery for trigger finger release on my middle finger at the end of December. It was a severe case. My doctor told me it would be a simple surgery. I have had a LOT of pain since the surgery. I still take Darvacet at night to control the pain. During the day, I can tolerate it. Is this normal? He said I just need to keep working it, which I constantly do. I have talked to other people who seem to think that I should not still be having the swelling and pain that I have.
This wound not be catching it early. An early diagnosis would be when you saw the rash. The testing is not very reliable. You may want to research lyme at the lyme website lymenet dot org. You can post your story there and ask questions as well as do a lot of research.
But there are the times when my foot is twisted on my leg it hurts or when I'm out in the cold a long time or Have shoes or boots on that presses on that area It's tender! No clicking or catching in the joint. Yes I'm able to walk fine. At times the joint feels weak if I have been on my feet a long time but rarely. If it really flairs up I take some Motrin. There is no swelling now but whil I was casted it was quite intense at times.
I would like to know where the pain is exactly if you have to point out with your index finger. When did your pain begin, what were you doing at the time, and what were the initial symptoms? Do you experience any grinding, locking, catching, or giving way of the knee? Are there any positions that make your knee more or less comfortable? What is the quality of your pain (sharp, shooting, dull, etc.)? Have you tried anything to help the pain and, if yes, has that been successful?
Since the incident, I feel pain in that finger constantly in the joint closest to where it appeared. So, again, driving paranoia! I suggested counseling, but have gotten the answer that she doesn't want someone to tell us to stay together just for the kids and waste 10 years only to have it all fall apart. There are clearly more issues than just the HW.
The only thing i didnt get was a fever.Muscle and joint aches. My tongue was burning. And i had a strange smell in my nose. Immeadiatly after i was tested negative. My doctor ran blood work that came back ok. I went to an infectious disease doctor. Got rna tested came back neg. Maybe a week shy of 3 months i was tested again rna and elisa and they came bavk negative as well. My doctor reassured me that i was ok. The symptoms went away and i forgot about it.
I would like to know where the pain is exactly if you have to point out with your index finger. When did your pain begin, what were you doing at the time, and what were the initial symptoms? Do you experience any grinding, locking, catching, or giving way of the knee?
Hi, How are you feeling? A trigger finger is a manifestation of stenosing tenosynovitis that results in painful catching of the involved flexor tendon as the patient flexes and extends the digit. As the affected digit is slowly flexed, it snaps or triggers into a flexed position. Once the digit triggers, extension is difficult and, occasionally, must be obtained manual.
Can HCV cause that weird aches? (My joint aches, come and go in finger joints, and when it come, it is bad, when it goes, no trace is left (no swelling, etc)). Thanks guys.
Late 2007 I got a sore finger index finger at the last joint I thought Hmmmm! but little more, it went away after a few days,then March 2008 I got out of bed one morning and could hardly walk my feet were so painful from that day forward I have had pain every day my feet were burning so hot it was unbearable, the palms of my hands were suddenly very red I was very fatigued and would fall asleep if I sat down for any length of time ......
Osteoarthritis is the most prevalent form of arthritis. It may occur in virtually any joint of the body. It has no cure and leads to pain and joint dysfunction. The end result is loss of articular cartilage with secondary bone changes, including osteophytes, subchondral sclerosis, and subchondral cysts. The knee is the most commonly affected joint, followed by the hand and hip. The diagnosis of osteoarthritis is not difficult when the disease is in the moderate or advanced stage.
Hypertrophic change is noted at the left facet joint. T2 hyperintensit is noted involving the left lamina of C2 and C3 vertebra. the changes ar non specific and could be related to degeneration. No significant narrowing of the left neuroforamen is present. at C3-C4 level, central disc protrusion is present. The thecal sac is intended anteriorly. No significant narrowing of the neuroforamen is present. No significant disc prolapse or protrusion is present at the other levels.
HIV transmission through fingering - inserting a finger into a vagina seems to cause a lot of anxiety worldwide. Fingering is a zero risk activity as far as we are aware. There are no reported cases worldwide of people becoming HIV positive after fingering a woman with HIV. People are generally very concerrned about the presence of tiny cuts on their fingers or around their finger-nails which they fear may pose an extra risk by being so called open wounds.
I would like to know where the pain is exactly if you have to point out with your index finger. When did your pain begin, what were you doing at the time, and what were the initial symptoms? Do you experience any grinding, locking, catching, or giving way of the knee? Are there any positions that make your knee more or less comfortable? What is the quality of your pain (sharp, shooting, dull, etc.)? Have you tried anything to help the pain and, if yes, has that been successful?
Your pain behind the tip of knee cap suggests that it is at joint line. Pain at the joint line is the result of a collateral ligament or meniscus problem (or both) until proven otherwise. Your symptomatology of injury while at party while dancing suggests the symptoms could be due to meniscus problem. I assume you had pain, swelling without any popping sound after you had fallen. I think it is the meniscus issue which is causing still the symptoms.
I did made sure there was no cut or opening (with blood) before inserting my finger into her vagina. However, there could be skin damage from washing with hot water prior to that as hot water makes skin soft and biting areas more obvious, but again, no blood involved.
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