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... Do you notice a change in colour of your fingers when this happens? ... (4 replies)
Huricanes and RA
Aug 15, 2004
... I just lived through Huricane Charley, what I mean is Charley hit just north of where I live, we just got the edge of it, but the swelling, pain, and itching I went through was worse then if I had lost my home like my friends did. ... (1 replies)
... Glad to hear you've got a good start. Hope you improve each day!! Janet (90 replies)

... doing well here 8 days after surgery. had one glitch, and thought it was the medicine. unrelenting pain, itching all over, totally out of it. they had my husband get a prescription for oxycontin and had him loosen the wrap on my arm. ... (90 replies)
... A week ago I started to have similar symptoms in my hands and feet. I also had swelling in these parts and I believe a rash on my feet that went up to about mid calf. ... (4 replies)
... look different because of the position being a little bit off, but it is also probably due to loosing muscle from being immobile. My thumb looked kind of caved in on the palm side, but now with strengthening exercises and stretching it is almost back to a match with the other one. ... (27 replies)
... When you feel itchy in your cast, try using a hairdryer on cold, aim it down into your cast, careful not to touch your skin. ... (27 replies)
... st today! Doc was super impressed with how well I'm healing. I only need my hard cast for 2 weeks!!!! Unfortunately that two weeks is right begorecthecweekend and I have too busy of a schedule. Therefore it will end up being "almost" 3 before I get it off. My hand looked great! ... (27 replies)
Heberden's nodes
Mar 14, 2009
... I've never read anything about joint replacement in the fingers, but if they can replace other parts of our body, I don't see why they can't perform this type of replacement. ... (18 replies)
... I hope someone can advise me here. I am 53 years old and have been suffering from chronic pain for many many years. About 10 years ago my doctor ordered a rheumatoid factor test and it came back elevated. ... (13 replies)
... i'm 16, im active in sports, i take care of myself. i felt a burning feeling on my right hand. it was mostly near the fingers. ... (4 replies)
... I Came Down With Some Swollen Glands In My Neck, Sore Throat, Fever, And Just Feeling Very Bad. Not Unusual For Me ..i Get This At Least Twice A Year. ... (1 replies)
... The tingling in your hands may be a result of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome or a cervical problem and possibly not the Psoriatic arthritis. Do you work on a computer a lot or do repetative tasks with your hands? ... (1 replies)
... You're right each day is better. Less pain but now have been getting spasms in the ligament that are pretty painful. Not so much itching now. I just rub my fingers and it helps. ... (16 replies)
... Try placing the ice pack on your cast when you feel that itching, which is as you say, a healing process. Straighten out your fingers extra slowly. You can also gently massage your fingers as they do get stiff. ... (16 replies)
... Hi RedBird51. Thanks for the icing machine information. I am using ice bags that can be frozen in the freezer. This has been working well. I had my sutures out last Thursday. I now have a light blue cast. This was my grandsons choice. ... (16 replies)
... was exactly two weeks ago. I was given a nerve block as well as sedation, which worked very well for me. I was "in and out" during the surgery, was interested in listening in on what was going on when I could, and wasn't bothered at all by what I was hearing. ... (4 replies)
... Good to hear from you Mschloe! I was quite curious to see how you were doing since you and I have so much in common in regards to this surgery. And I am glad to read your post, I had a mini panic attack again tonight about the surgery. ... (27 replies)
... op today. I starting using some of my fingers a few days ago. Pain is totally manageable. Im not taking anymore pills, though i still throb a little and swell. I still have to elevate my arm a lot. I am completely managing on my own. Except i had to have my husband zip my jacket. ... (27 replies)
... It still sounds like you and your husband are pretty apprehensive about the MTX, so was I. ... (32 replies)




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