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Pain and dscmfort when moving the finger
Fell down accidentally while walking and since then slight pain in middle finger and discomfort while moving it
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Get a xray of middle finger ap and lateral
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Kindly get x ray hand AP,Oblique and lateral view to rule out any bony injury . For further detailed discussions kindly join me at Practo Practo chat
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limb elevation finger cot ice pack volini gel tab Zerodol SP x tds tab pain 40mg x od
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It could be a ligament injury or even a fracture. Please take an x ray of the finger and    consult me for further management
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Please get an Xray done If no bony injury then rest, ice application, analgesics as required & then gradual mobilisation
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Pls see an Orthopaedic doctor & get an Xray done
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Looks like a fracture or dislocation that is joint getting displaced.
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x ray hand ap and oblique hand and lateral view of concerned finger, can do a online consultation with me now.
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apply ice fomentation
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Swelling is evident. 1 Apply ice packs thrice daily for 8-10 days. 2. Tie lightly the 3 and 4 digit together, with a tape for support for 2-3 weeks depending on recovery. 3. Tab Enzomac forte twice daily for 7 days and tab ultracet (SOS) will be helpful.
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Getting a xray done is always better. Consult online.
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Give the injured area rest for 10-12 days.
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