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Have thumb pain when bending forward. Numbness. Could you help?

it my thumb , it not been huting at all, well not until now, at 12 o clock i went to do dome film for my coursework and i only used my right hsand to press and move the camera, when i stopped filming and went to get my dinner, i tried to move my left thumb, but when i bend it forward it hurts, all my left fingers are ok just the left thumb, could you help me please
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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The pain in the finger, is likely to be due to inflammation in the area. Doing a hot fomentation and taking a mild pain killer will help[ you in decreasing the pain. In case the pain persists then consult an orthopedician for a physical examination.
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Answered: Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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