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May 20, 2013 - 0 comments
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It's 3:48 pm. I forgot to update when I first woke up, but it was not much different from  yesterday. My fourth fingers on both hands ache worse now than they did this morning, most likely because I had pole class. Stretching my fingers out at all, any pressure applied from the top of the knuckle when my fingers are closed, or any pressure downward while the finger is straight causes sharp pain in that smallest knuckle. The left hand is particularly worse today. The pain in the pinkie knuckle on the left hand is still limited to when I actually press on the knuckle the wrong way.

The pain, when I stretch my fingers or press down, is getting to a six easy, maybe even pushing seven, on the pain scale. Normally I'd give it a five or six, so pole class must have wore the fingers out.

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Finger pain

May 19, 2013 - 0 comments
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9:47 AM: Fingers didn't hurt immediately when I woke up, but still hurts my fourth finger right hand smallest joint significantly to spread my fingers or stretch the finger at all.

The fourth finger on my left hand hurts to spread my fingers/stretch my fingers too. The pinkie does not, but it does hurt to press on the joint when my fist is closed. When I press on the joint that way, the fourth finger on my right hand used to grind, but it does not any more. The two fingers on my left hand still grind. It seems the fourth finger on my left hand is starting to progress the same way my right hand did.

After I stretch my fingers out to test for pain, they ache for a little while afterward.

I have no other consistent aches or pains in my body, but I do get a momentary ache or shoot of pain through other joints, like my elbow, my knees, or other joints of my hand here and there. That could be anything...how I slept, allergies, just the process of waking up.

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