Rheumatic which attacks hand fingers: Trigger Finger

29 05 2008

One of rheumatoid arthritis which attacks hand fingers is trigger finger.

Symptoms of trigger finger are stiffness and the finger can’t be straightened.

Trigger finger is caused by thickened tendon and as a result, muscle stucked in the tunnel.
Trigger finger is commonly happened on women, especially women who have a lot of activities that use hand fingers, like grasping and gripping, and also who lack of high calcium supplement for bones and joint like hilo milk.

So, what is the solution? See you in the next article.


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