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Pain in right hand's little finger.
I have pain in the joint of little finger of right hand from around 15 days. I have cervical from last 4 years, due to which there's pain in the right half of body from head to toe but it improves by ayurvedic treatment and exercises. Now I developed a pain in my little finger, what should I do?
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Take paracetamol 650 for pain. Put hand in hot water. Rest to hand Consult if no relief
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Where exactly is the pain ? Which joint of little finger Is it continuous from neck to little finger ? Is it associated with pins and needles sensation?
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