Why Does My Knuckle Hurt?

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Your knuckles could be hurting due to a number of varied reasons. It may be due to conditions affecting any of the structures in the knuckle, which include muscles, skin, nerves, tendons, joints, bones, ligaments, connective tissue, and blood vessels. Injury from osteoarthritis and trauma are the most common causes of knuckle pain. You should visit a general practitioner to get a proper diagnosis.
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Perhaps there is an arthritic problem there. The best thing you can do is get it checked out before it causes permanent damage.
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alternate warm moist heat and cool wraps. It flushes out the dead blood cells and aids healing.
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Sore knuckles can be symptoms of serious problems, so see your doctor. Until
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Maybe it's a kind of writers cramp or you are on the computer too long or playing these play station games and your hands are a bit stiff.If not these see your doc.
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