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Recurring pain in finger joints, swelling. History of broken bones

I have a recurring pain between my pointer and middle finger just behind the knucle. the pain is only when hand is doing certin things. this has been going on for several months wioth no ryme or reason to the timing. There is slight swelling but no discoloration. I have had knees rebuilt twice, broken my tibia but this is a pain that i have not exprienced it is sharp and makes me stop ehat ever is i am doing.
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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The recurring pain in the finger joints after a history of injury to the area could be due to post traumatic arthritis in the area. This can be resolved by taking mild pain killers and a regular physiotherapy.
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Answered: Tue, 25 Jun 2013
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