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Diabetes, hydrocele, difficulty in folding the fingers due to stiffness post 4Th metacarpal injury and plastering. No improvement with exercises. Which medicines should be taken?

I am 65 years old, a patient of type 2 Diabetes and have right side Hydrocele since long back. Also I can not fold my left hand fingers due to stiffness which is the after effect of 4Th Metacarpal injury and then plastering. Now I am doing exercise for folding the fingers but not finding improvement. Kindly suggest medicines for curing the aforesaid problems.
Asked On : Thu, 24 May 2012
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Dear sir,
The symptoms that you are complaining about appear to be due to stiffness due to prolonged immobilisation. The best type of treatment for such a case will be physiotherapy in the form of active , active assist and passive range of motions of the fingers. Xray of the involved hand will be further helpful in making sure that there are no bony deformities. Multiple choices for pain relief include analgesics, wax therapy and hydrotherapy. As for the hydrocele it requires a proper examination by general surgeon who will help you decide further. Hope this answer has helped you.
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