I have had pain in both of my pinky fingers just in the knuckle closest to the hand. I think this is a very unusual symptom and I feel like I would get the run around if I went to a doctor about it. I am on the computer alot all day. The symptoms have just started in the past 2 months, but it is irritating and I wake in the night with the pain if I find that my hand was not extended flat, but rather curled up in a fist. It almost hurts to open my hand when I have been in a fist position for a long period of time. Is this a sign of carpal tunnel, trigger finger, etc??? I have no swelling and no pain in the top knuckle or any of the other fingers on either hand? There is significant tenderness when pressure is applied to my pinky finger and I can't pound my fist or allow even my 4 year old son to squeeze my hand without localized pain.
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