Swollen Finger?

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A swollen finger might be caused by trauma to the finger from an accident or even from broken bone in the hand or finger. A swollen finger might also be caused by arthritis of the joints of the hand or finger. Rheumatoid arthritis commonly causes swelling in the fingers and hands. Swelling in a finger might also come from pregnancy or premenstrual syndrome or even from fluid retention due to a large intake of salt. Swelling of the finger can also be caused by a reaction to an insect bite.
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