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Getting tingling sensation at the distal joint. Had a massage. Reason for this pain?

Hi, in my right hand I was massaging the webbing between my thumb and index finger and I thought I was doing trigger points but now i get a tight tingling sensation at the distal joint. There s no swelling and when I push down on my thumb the pain refers either down, to the other side of my hand or to my palm. I was pushing down pretty hard on the webbing. Did I hit a nerve or vein that could cause this pain at all?
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Thank for choosing HCM, uneven pressure on the area of soft tissue can cause a soft tissue inflammation and some time internal trauma to the vascular bed, non specific tingling, twitching, pain numbness these are much common complains, which does not cause any harm unless proven some etiology, otherwise goes it self without any treatments,, have nice day.
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