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Finger Joint Pains

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 11, 2010
  • 05:11 AM

Hello everybody!
My problem is, I used to crack my fingers excessively. Finally, about 4 months ago I managed to quit, which I can't stress how proud I am of myself for doing so seeing as I've tried before, but failed. Anyways, now the problem is, I constantly get joint pains in my fingers. Usually when it starts getting annoying I rub some Myoflex or Rub A535 on them before I go to sleep and it works kinda. However, the pain eventually comes back.

What I was wondering, is if there is any way that I can fix this problem, because it really is starting to annoy me.

Thanks in advance!

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  • I just wanted to know whether you have any other joint pain in your body or not? This finger joint pain may be the initial stage of arthritis I am not scaring you but its alarming. I think you should consult some good chiropractor and get a proper diagnosis done. As it is well said " Prevention is better than cure"Resource :- http://www.michaelberrydc.com/
    Ammy Wats 53 Replies
    • August 22, 2012
    • 06:33 AM
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  • The pain is only in my finger joints. Between back when I made this thread and now, I've tried a few things to relieve the pain, and there were a few things that worked temporarily, but never for long periods of time. That is until I decided to give stress ***** a try. I do a few exercises with it every day and the joint pain is not fully relieved, but they do feel better, less numb, and more agile. I also have more grip strength now. However if I were to stop doing the exercises, the pain would probably come back. I do think I should probably take your advice and have this checked, better being safe than sorry. Thank you for your reply.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • September 4, 2012
    • 05:54 PM
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