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... Ok... started with pain in index finger knuckles over a year ago. ... (5 replies)
Thumb surgery
Jul 19, 2016
... d me wearing them for anything that stressed the joints, but not all the time. Initially they seemed quite helpful, but in time I was getting some very sharp and sudden pain, even in my right hand which was not otherwise as severe as the left. ... (19 replies)
... The doctor said it was osteoarthritis. I guess I'm just wondering, is it common for arthritis pain to get pretty bad like this in the space of just a couple of months? ... (3 replies)

... open a jar, button a button, and I can sure relate to that sudden excrutiating pain when you move your thumb wrong or bump it in the wrong place! Do others have those ups and downs, too? ... (6 replies)
... for my first rheumy visit on Thursday so I am new to this too, but I wanted you to know mine felt like the soft tissue between my index finger and thumb when the pain started. It went from sharp pain between the finger and thumb and within minutes the pain went across my thumb. ... (2 replies)
... Arthritis in the hands has some definite symptoms and you have to have pain for a while to have arthritis, not a short time. So keep watching and see if it goes away or keeps on hurting. ... (3 replies)
... The level of pain is more or less constant, though not too intense. Applying heat helps temporarily. ... (3 replies)
Hand cramps
Mar 24, 2009
... I've had sudden pain in my feet during the last month. ... (5 replies)
... this sounds a lot like a cervical problem. Caused from degenerative arthritis. Always includes the shoulder, arm and hand....most over 50 have it...just some are more severe than of those electrode type they do for carpal tunnel...will tell. Or an mri for the spine (3 replies)
But I'm 19!!!!
Aug 2, 2008
... active, 49, only meds premiren. Within the last few weeks index finger and hand swelled. Very painful. Not red or bruised. Came on so sudden I thought it was an infection. Wake up in the middle of the night crying from pain. ... (6 replies)
... In just the past week my left hand has become almost completely useless. The pain starts in the knuckle of my last 3 digits. ... (8 replies)
... Hi, I've been having increasing pain in left thumb area since last summer. After number xrays by diff specialist, MRI, EMG, I hit upon a good hand specialist orth who told me simply osteoarthritis of thumb joint. ... (2 replies)
... I am new at this so I hope I am responding properly to Lydia who asked if anyone else has had severe joint pain come on so suddenly. ... (8 replies)
... I just experienced a sudden onset of joint pain. Over the past two days my ankles, knees, shoulders, elbows, wrists and hands have been very painful and today my hand is stiff and swollen. ... (8 replies)
... like pain in my hips, knees and toes. ... (8 replies)
... got to mention sometimes when l walk my worst affected knee feels like its going further back thean the left one also sometimes l wake up moaning to myself with pain in my knee and l cannot straighten it anyone else? ... (3 replies)
... Can't think of a injury, my hand hurts mostly after rising in the morning to the point where I rub them because of the nagging feeling. They are under the covers so they're warm. ... (3 replies)
... mg of motrin should at least some effect, I would think. I had pain all over the place and 800mg of motrin was enough to make nearly all pain dissapear. ... (3 replies)
... Just moved to Florida from the northern part of the country 4 weeks ago and two weeks ago I noticed pain in my left ring finger at the bend joint. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Amanda and welcome to the boards. I think you will find help here, and I'll answer what I can. It seems like you have several symptoms of autoimmune arthritis and I think the rheumatology consult is absolutely necessary. Xrays are often sufficient to diagnose RA if erosions show up. Xrays should be done of your worst joints. Blood tests, antibodies in general, plus blood... (2 replies)

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