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May 8, 2012, 12:36 AM

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Re: [solo220] finger injury help
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tendinitis is a type of tendon injury. It isn't always serious, but if you don't let it heal then it will eventually become serious. I don't know exactly how to tell different types of tendon pain apart; a doctor diagnose me with tendinitis at one point, then I got on the internet and looked up what that meant. So I'm not an expert, just somebody who has experienced the issue. It could be something different, between your description and my lack of expertise I can't say for sure, but it sounds close enough to what I had that it might be the same thing in a different area.

A few things about my tendinitis, if yours is the same then that might make it more likely: It was at its worst when I woke up in the morning. It hurt when I use the muscle that the tendon is attached to. And if I ignored the pain and exercised anyway, it would hurt a lot at first, but then the pain would disappear after a few minutes of hard exercise, making me think that exercise was good for it. But then hours or a day later then pain would come back worse than ever.

Really you should probably see a doctor, internet diagnosis aren't going to be reliable you need to know what exactly you have.

(This post was edited by wmshub on May 8, 2012, 12:38 AM)

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