For the last few weeks the middle finger on both of my hands have been sore and swollen in the morning after I wake up.
They are both sore in the same place which is the bottom portion of the finger closest to the palm.
I can bend the tip of my fingers toward the palm and it's like they pop into a certain place, stick in that place, and won't move unless I move them.
I have been diabetic for 32 years, and I wondered if that may have anything to do with it? I have also thought about Arthritis.
It's just wierd.
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