Pain in Right Pinky Finger?


There are a number of conditions that can cause pain in the pinky finger. Some of the conditions are arthritis, nerve entrapment, neuropathy and carpal tunnel syndrome. It can however be just a simple inflammation of the fingers joints, an insect bite, a fracture or a sprain. It is advisable to get medical guidance before getting into any conclusions.
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The pain in pinky limb is due to the narrowing of the Guyon's tube. This is where the ulnar nerves routes and if something narrows this canal the ulnar nerve will be affected resulting to the Guyon's canal syndrome. There are many different reasons of pain in the pinky limb. These include rheumatoid arthritis, Raynaud's phenomenon and osteoarthritis. Added to that, due to medical conditions such as nerve problems, there can be severe pain. This can be common among adults but not children.
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