I started having moderate pain in my thumb joint about a week ago, but I figured I had just strained a muscle in my palm or something. I wrapped it in an ace bandage for a day or so and iced it and it seemed to get better. A few days later, the pain came back and was more severe. This time when I wrapped it, I couldn't seem to get the bandage wrapped loosely enough--my fingers and thumb kept turning blue! I bought a prepacked splint but I can't use that either because my thumb turns bright blue. I also have itchiness between my thumb and forefinger that turns purple if I scratch it. Now my pinky finger is starting to hurt the same way the thumb did at first. Everyone keeps telling me that it must be a sprained muscle, but that seems so unlikely to me with all the blue and coldness in my fingers.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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