What Causes Swollen Fingers?


Swollen fingers can be caused by overall fluid retention, such as during premenstrual syndrome or pregnancy. If just one finger is swollen, the possible causes include trauma, infection, or inflammatory conditions, such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, or systemic lupus erythmatosus.
Q&A Related to "What Causes Swollen Fingers"
Too much sodium in the diet can cause water retention. This causes the eye area and fingers to swell as the tissue builds up with excess fluid. Cutting the sodium in your diet can
maybe the air from outside or if you've been washing dishes or u should jus go see a doctor.
Maybe a sting or stitch, as well an allergic reaction is possible but one thing for sure, it's infected and so you better get first some alcohol on it as disinfection and later some
if you are a BENDER.
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There are numerous possible causes of swollen fingers. Insect bites, arthritis and water retention are just a few. Dehydration and water retention are other common causes. If you are unsure why your fingers are swollen and the swelling doesn't go down after a few days, you should see a doctor.
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