Sharp Pain In Finger Then Bruise Appears

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Sharp Pain In Finger Then Bruise Appears. Achenbach syndrome is a benign self-limiting condition of sudden unexplained bruising of the hand or fingers. It is more common in women then men and the middle and index fingers are most affected. Typically the palm side of the finger shows the bruising after a sudden episode of pain or itching, and there maybe swelling and coldness of the area.

The most common cause of finger pain is a hand injury. Injuries to the finger can cause an open cut, a bruised or fractured bone, or muscle and tissue damage. Common injuries that result in finger pain are: Medical conditions that affect the nerves, muscles, or bones can also cause finger pain.

Achenbach syndrome refers to sudden, unexplained bruising of one or more fingers. These characteristically blue bruises appear for no known reason, such as trauma to the finger. The condition seems to occur more often in middle-aged women than in any other age group. It affects fingers on the left hand more often than those on the right, and it seems to occur more often in the index finger.

Hi, I’ve just had this same finger bruising. Well I had it first a few months ago. A sharp pain at first as you describe, then a bruise and warmth spreading from the painful joint. I’m 39 and this has never happened before a few months ago, now it’s happened on 2 different fingers again today.

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When you notice the pain and bruising increases in its intensity as the time goes by; When you see bruise appearing without any apparent reason (you do not recall injuring yourself) If you notice bruising under your finger nails; If the bruise does not go away completely after three weeks; If.

On the inside of the finger at the first joint it suddenly starts to hurt and bruises within 2 minutes. 10 mins later the pain is gone and the bruise develops normally and slowly over a couple of days and goes again within a week or so.