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Bumps on hand, painful. What is suggested by the symptoms?

I have 2 bumps on my left hand , one on the back of my hand closer to the arm and, the other, on the side, again closer to the arm between my pinky and ulna. On the right, I have another bump on the back similar to that on the left hand but not as pronounced. I first noticed these bumps one cold morning in mid-October. The left hand had a pain level (0-5, 5 being highest) of 4. And now, each cold morning, the pain goes away until I warm up my hands. doing research, I have found carpal boss . with the symptoms described, what is suggested?
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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These bumps seem consistent with ganglion cysts. The diagnosis could be confirmed on an MRI and the options for treatment would be aspiration with a needle or surgical excision.
Answered: Fri, 11 Apr 2014
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