My husband has been complaining for months about his fingers painfully "locking" in the open extended position. These episodes are getting more frequent and is now accompanied by hand, wrist and forearm pain. Two days ago, he experienced noticeable hand tremors for the first time. When the family doctor was first told of the "locking" fingers, he attributed that to his blood pressure medication (HCTZ). The medication was changed 6 weeks ago. Since then, his symptoms have increased considerably.
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