its quite possible that you have either fractured or broken the finger this way, I have done many times! I visited A+E (or E.R) each time and had it splinted, just to ensure the swelling goes down as fast as possible. I'm confident now to do it myself, but to make sure its done correctly I would recommend a trip to the Dr! This will just ensure that the ...
Could this be a blood pressure issue? I once had a friend who had extremely low blood pressure, for which there is medication available, who would experience the symptoms you described. Hope you work this one out!
Hi. Recently I broke 5 of my ribs, and my collarbone. After a trip to A&E I was assured that there was no lasting damage, however over the course of the week following the incident, I have been fainting for what appears to be no reason. I cannot take deep breaths, laugh, or cough due to the pain of broken ribs. I was wondering if the fainting could be due...
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