If anyone knows why the tips of my pointer, middle, ring and ocassionally thumb on only my left hand would hurt so terribly bad, will you please let me know. It feels like shards of glass are being shoved into my swollen feeling finger tips. This comes and goes. When it goes it can leave my fingers still feeling sore just nothing like before.
Please help me out! My Dr. is thinking Raynaud's syndrome possibly. When I read about it though it's not exactly like that either.
hi i'm sore to here about your pain but it is 1 of the simptoms that i have and i have 6 pinched nerves and maybe it would be a good idea if you got your doc to set up an appointment for a nerve conduction test for carple tunnel , cubital tunnel, and guyan cannel i hope this helps you
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