The day before yesterday, I suddenly felt a pain in the bone of my right index finger at night. When I pressed it, I felt obvious pain. Then I found that the skin was a little blue compared with the left finger. I thought it was a vein. Because of the pain, I pressed it for a while. About two hours later, I found that the finger had a large piece of red skin. Is this a bruise? I was inexplicably red when I didn't hit anywhere. The next day, the bone of the right index finger didn't hurt so much. Today, it still hurts a little when pressing. Then I found that the skin under the middle finger is a little red and the joint is a little painful when pressing. Won't I get any serious disease?
Hello, according to the description and photos, the young man's right index finger is painful and local skin is red. It may be caused by factors such as finger strain or cold. There should be no big problem. If the pain is obvious, you can apply local hot compress or soak your feet in hot water to improve the blood circulation of your fingers. It will get better slowly. There should be no big problem
Bone pain is considered to be caused by rheumatoid arthritis or gout. Take some drugs to promote blood circulation and collaterals, anti wind, dehumidification and calcium supplement orally, eat more foods and fruits with high calcium content, and eat more nutritious food, so as to promote the healing of fractures as soon as possible, reduce stress, avoid excessive mental tension, and take active treatment.
Hello, I'm glad to serve you. According to your description and clinical symptoms, upload the content shown in the photo. Your current condition may be caused by gout or inflammatory stimulation. Rheumatism and rheumatoid arthritis can also cause this symptom. It is suggested that you take orally some drugs for promoting blood circulation, removing blood stasis, detumescence and anti inflammation. Keep warm and observe for 1 ~ 2 days to see if the situation has improved. If the symptoms still do not improve, it is best to see a doctor in the rheumatology and Immunology Department of the hospital. If necessary, ask an orthopaedic doctor for consultation to further clarify the diagnosis. After the diagnosis is clear, follow the doctor's advice and then do the corresponding treatment.