Finger joint locking

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The locking progresses in severity from my index finger to my pinkie, with the pinkie finger locking the tightest. I know that trigger finger usually locks the knocking knuckles, but I've never heard of someones base knuckles locking up. Anyone else have this problem? Just as a side note, I had knee surgery a year and a half ago. My knee cap dislocated, and when I collapsed onto my knee, somehow a piece of my femur chipped off.
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?
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 broke my pinky finger through the joint playing rugby about 6 months ago. I didn't have to get surgery but I had like exercises I had to do everyday so I didn't loose movement in that finger. Just last month I got full movement back...so it could take a while. Hope all goes well!
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.
My left palm, pinky and ring finger, are driving me crazy. It gets red, and Itches horribly. I have had my whole arm go numb and then cramp. But this wont go away. A coworker thinks it might be a nerve. Please someone any suggestions, i have insurance, but can only afford to go when its serious. I feel like scratching it with a wire brush but nothing helps.
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?
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?
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.
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.
I hope your tetanus shots are up to date, it sounds like your jaw is locking up. there is a condition that can do things like that to the mussels in the face though..like Bells Palsy. hope your doc can give you better answers than i can.
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?
I ran 10 miles yesterday in regular tights without any tape and found 3 small bruises (finger point-sized) along the medial joint line last night. My knee is stiff and painful today underneath the knee cap where the pes anserine tendon inserts and to the inside of the knee cap (medially). I also have pain in the middle of the back of the knee, is especially sharp if I push into it.
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 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?
The doctor said that usually the cysts that are in my hip joint are caused by a labaral tear so he had me get a MRI Arthorgram and found out that I had a tear. I have been trying to find out some information about the surgery he said I was going to need and have found so much mixed information to recovery only being about 2 weeks to several months.
Last March I had an incident at work and jerk my right shoulder. My shoulder had a little discomfort and didn't really think anything of it. That night I woke up with severe shoulder joint pain/stiffness and half of my hand was numbing ring & pinky finger. My ring finger was also locking up (trigger finger) I had to use my other hand to snap it back. I also had pain on my traps & shoulder blade, ROM issues. I worked for a couple more days and saw my primary doctor on my day off.
It took him all of five minutes and I didn't even get to finish telling him what was wrong. My finger joints are stiff sometimes, from typing and my wrist is tight/stiff. When I flex, I can feel a numb pain (not numbness as in can't feel) move along the back of my hand, in the pattern of my veins. If I make a fist and move my hand, the wrist pops. Grabbing it and throwing it back to force it to pop gives temporary relief.
It took a couple of moments before, it seemed my jaw popped back into place and I was able to open it freely again. I believe it was like having TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint) It all has to do with muscles, nerves, tendons, ligaments, bones, connective tissue, and the teeth. Can it be Neurological? Of course it can.
I am pretty sure this is caused by Fifth Disease (slapped cheek disease) as my son was diagnosed with it last week (sent home from daycare), and I have experienced every single other symptom (rash, chills, fever, joint pain, itchy hands and feet, I will get tested for anemia, etc). Apparently, this joint pain usually lasts from 2 to 4 weeks to several months or even years (I hope not). It also seems that some adults never get the other symptoms (rash...
Hi, in the context of MS, a cold is a potent stimulator of the immune system and so it often causes a flare -up of symptoms - a relapse. Yes, fasciculations are common in MS, other neurological disorders, after viruses, etc. and may be representing a relapse. You should add the cold, when it started and when these twitches began. The knee locking and bucking I have had.
Joint Pain Finger and Toe Stiffness White/Yellow looking deposits on my joints, most prevalent on my knuckles. It looks like I can see the bone through the skin and it is actually getting worse quickly. Much more cracking than usual. I am most concerned about the white/yellow deposits. Any ideas?? Thank you so very much.
Sounds like I am in the right place with what sounds like a very common aging situation. I am 55 Severe pain under the shoulder blade on the right. If you were to draw a big circle at my back incompassing the lower part of the neck & the entire right upper quadrant of my back & right arm down through the thumb & index finger that is where I have had off and on pain for about 15 years now.
First let me say I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer at 18 in 1990.The docs said it was so bad I was born with it and it was altered from the norm, mutated.It required me to have 4 surgeries. Those surgeries removed neck muscle. I mention this as Ive been in constant spasm at least since 1994, if not longer. Ive had neck problems documented since 1994 theyve progressed and I am in constant severe pain. With development of always tingling both hands-thumb, pointer & middle finger.
thanks for replying, ive had a think about counseling today, that the last resort, i think it would work but if i suggested that then to him he'd laugh, and if he did i would end up locking him out the house. id have no problem bringing my two kids up alone, ive managed the past five years, infact life would would be less stressful for me.
- Muscle aches all over, but mostly in legs (feel swollen, but are not visibly) - Fatigue - Muscle weakness - Insomnia - Tacchycardia (resting heart-rate 128 at last GP appointment) - Lack of concentration/loss of memory - Intolerance to heat and cold (mostly heat) - Morning stiffness - Fine finger tremor - Anxiety/Panic Attacks (mostly at night) - Thin build - Lack of libido - Have become socially withdrawn - Intolerance to exercise (feel like I have to lay down) I have had a battery of bloo
The bones on the right side of my body are significantly larger than those of my left side. I have been experiencing (sometimes) excruciating joint pain in my elbows, knees, wrists, and mostly my hips. The right side of my body pops all the time in just normal daily life. It's weird because just the right side of my spine will crack (it seems.. not sure if this is possible even) with a deep breath or small movements.
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? Have you ever had surgery on your knee? Do you have any hip or ankle pain? Keep me informed. Bye.
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