Finger swelling in the morning can result from edema, inflammation and rheumatoid arthritis, according to doctors Madhu Kandarpa and John Goldman for HealthTap. Osteoarthritis is another potential cause, according to WebMD.
Common causes of swollen fingers are injuries, infections, and degenerative or autoimmune disorders, according to HealthGrades. Inflammatory conditions, such as bursitis and rheumatoid arthritis, are also associated with finger swelling.
Elevating the hand, applying ice, pouring a lubricant over the area and gentle twisting removes most rings stuck on swollen fingers. If the finger becomes dusky blue or purple due to impaired circulation, go to the nearest emergency room to have the ring cut off.
Swollen middle finger joints can be attributed to a condition known as trigger finger, which is a type of tendonitis that has developed in the tendons that allow the fingers to bend according to Eaton Hand, the electronic textbook of hand surgery. Tendonitis is a result...
In some cases, a swollen finger is a cause for concern, as it may be a symptom of an infection or broken bone, notes Healthgrades. Most often, finger swelling is a sign of injury, infection or a degenerative condition. Inflammation and autoimmune disorders are also poss...
Some medical conditions that cause swollen hands and tingling fingers are carpal tunnel syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis and gout. While carpal tunnel syndrome involves the median nerve at the wrist, gout and rheumatoid arthritis are types of arthritic conditions. Carpal ...
Swollen fingers with no joint pain can be caused by fluid retention, infection, inflammation or trauma, Healthgrades explains. During pregnancy or menstruation, hormonal changes cause the body to retain fluids, causing all the fingers as well as other parts of the body ...