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What causes pain and swelling in the little finger of the left hand?

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I have acid reflect I have Raynaud I have joint swelling and pain my little finger is curling left side I can not make it to the bath from on time and my left arm can not left it very high and I have a cough
Posted Thu, 30 Nov 2017 in Bones, Muscles and Joints
Answered by Dr. Muthu Krishnan 2 hours later
Brief Answer:
Control your blood sugar levels.

Detailed Answer:
Welcome to healthcare magic.I have analysed your query thoroughly.Your problems are due to diabetes mellitus.
Increased blood sugar levels may affect the nerves and it may cause restriction of movements.So,take steps to decrease your blood sugar levels.
1.Do regular exercises.
2.Go for walking daily.
3.Take your medications regularly.
4.Frequent monitoring of blood sugar is necessary at every 2 months.
5.You should also consult with your treating doctor for this.
1.Avoid spicy foods.
2.Take antacid syrup.
3.Avoid alcohol intake and cigarette smoking.(if you have these habits).
1.Take antibiotics for 5 days.
2.Take levocetrizine tablets once daily in the night time.

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