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Hand and Foot Pain

Hand and foot pain may occur for several reasons. Among the most serious causes of the pain are fracture and infection, while strains and sprains are considered the most common.

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Hand and Foot Pain

What causes pain in the bottom of your foot?

There are many different things can cause pain in the bottom of your foot. Some of these causes could be strenuous activity or ill-fitting shoes.

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Conditions and Diseases
Hand and Foot Pain

What causes hands and fingers to cramp up?

Some causes can be grasping something tightly or for a long period of time, fatigue, injury, dehydration, hypocalcemia, kidney disease, dystonia, hyperventilation, and too many other causes to add all of them.

More information:

Some questions your health care professional may ask to determine the cause:

What were you doing prior to hands/fingers cramping?

Is anything else different?

Is it both hands/all fingers?

How long does the cramping last?

What, if anything, brings relief?

Is the cramping sporadic? Does it occur at certain times/activities?

How long has this occurred?

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Hand and Foot Pain

Should i put my sprained ankle in cold water first or hot water?

Neither. Ice (bag of frozen veg) for 10 min, then elevate for 5 min. Repeat three times. Do this procedure three times a day.

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Hand and Foot Pain

What is wrong whenever you bend your hand and it feels like someone is sticking a needle in it?

Its because you are stretching. And your bones make a noise because you are exersising.

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Bone Pain and Fractures
Hand and Foot Pain

What is a nondisplaced fracture?

What is a nondisplaced fracture involving the greater tuberosity?

nondisplaced fracture//the bone cracks with the broken peices still in alignment.

Tuberosity//knoblike process.

Process// prominant projection.

There are many tuberosities on many of our bones. When you say greater, I assume it is in the femur, the "Greater Trochanter"? The femur has a gluteal tuberosity below the Greater Trochanter. Either way its a cracked bone where the tuberosity is or was.

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Hand and Foot Pain

How can you get a splinter out of your hand?

Put in epson salt for 20 minutes then pull it out with twezers

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Medical Technologies
X-Ray
Hand and Foot Pain

Why are x-rays important?

X-rays help provide doctor with knowing if we have anything wrong. also if it wasn't for the invention of the x ray by Wilhelm Rontgen then doctors would just have to guess

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Conditions and Diseases
Arthritis
Hand and Foot Pain

What causes hands to cramp?

this could be caused by poor circulation but check it out with your doctor. Are you a cigarette smoker and what is your age?

== == Possibly arthritis or poor circulation, try getting more Omega 3 in your diet.

Have your Thyroid checked out by a Doctor.

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Pain
Hand and Foot Pain

What causes bottom foot pain?

Bottom foot pain can have a variety of causes. It can be anything from a bruised heel to plantar fasciitis. Either way, it should be looked at by a doctor if it persists.

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Conditions and Diseases
Back Neck and Spine
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Nerve Pain

What causes pain aching burning and tingling in the arms hands fingers legs feet and toes without having any upper or lower back pain?

Neuropathy

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Health
Hand and Foot Pain

What would cause pinky finger pain?

Having an accident with a hammer or falling on it.

How about praying to God for protection?

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Conditions and Diseases
Hand and Foot Pain

Can prednisone cause fingers to cramp?

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Back Neck and Spinal Pain
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Hand and Foot Pain

Why are my in fingers numb fingertips cold joints hurt lower thumb and wrist pain?

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High School Football
Manicures and Pedicures

How can I remove my ingrown toenail if the skin of my upper left toe covers the nail?

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Pain
Physical Therapy (physiotherapy)
Hand and Foot Pain

What is a strong adjective hurt?

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Conditions and Diseases
Hand and Foot Pain

What are the benefits of Plantar Fasciitis Socks?

Hello Guys, Plantar Fasciitis Foot Compression Sleeves give you fast relief to troubling heel and foot pain. Plantar fasciitis is perhaps the most common foot problem worldwide. The muscles and tissue that run along the bottom of your foot from your heel to your toes become sore, inflamed, and oh-so-painful.

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Conditions and Diseases
Medical Terminology
Hand and Foot Pain

Inflammation of the fascia is known as what?

"Fasciitis" is the inflamation of a fascia (usually as a result of injury or infection). A fascia is a sheet or band of fibrous tissue such as lies deep to the skin or invests muscles and various body organs.Plantar fasciitis is a common type of fasciitis that afflicts many people. It's actually an injury to the strong sheet of white fibres under the shin of the sole of the foot that helps to maintain the longitudinal arch. Plantar fasciitis may be caused by unaccustomed athletic activity, sudden weigh gain or unsuitable footwear. It is the commonest cause of pain under the heel but will usually resolve without treatment.
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Hand and Foot Pain

Why do your foot and hand go to sleep?

This is caused by restricted blood circulation, often caused by a blow near a major blood vessel carrying blood to that region or by lying on the area of such a blood vessel partially pinching it off.

However the phenomenon is not necessarily limited to the periphery of the body. Once I got very airsick on a flight and I had that tingly "gone to sleep" feeling everywhere on my body from the top of my head to the tips of my toes and in both arms; I also had extreme difficulty thinking. My parents when I got off the airplane said that my skin looked totally grey!

What had happened as a result of the airsickness was my body automatically limited blood flow to all parts of my body except my digestive system (even my brain had limited blood flow resulting in the extreme difficulty thinking).

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