Hello. I am a 27 year old woman and overall thought to be in good health. I do smoke, no children, no medications, and last physical was a year ago. Two weeks ago I had a blood vessel burst in my right hand ring finger at the joint. I have been researching this ever since. Then yesterday I had the same one burst again. I have normal blood pressure, On and off vitamin supplements and moderately overweight though a balanced diet( I rarely exercise). I have found there are many others out there with similiar issues and various theories. I have not even seen a doctor yet but not sure if its going to help. I am currently thinking it could be a tyriod issue due to family history or something else. Does anyone have any advise for me other than to see a doctor? I'm not sure what to ask. Also, I have occational aches and random pains in my arms though not big on pain medication.
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