Do you experience a frequent swelling of your fingers? These may be some of the reasons why:
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
When the nerve, stretching from the forearm to the palm, is tightened or pressed in the wrist area then the carpal tunnel syndrome develops. The consequences from it are swelling, tingling sensation and numbness.
This condition appears when there is a low flow of lymphatic fluid which leads to swelling.
- Raynaud’s disease
If one suffers from this disease it is usually because the arteries are tightened which disturbs the normal blood circulation and this leads to feeling of coldness. The swelling appears when the affected person tries to warm up.
This condition is common for pregnant women. It is characterized by high blood pressure which can lead to serious consequences for both the mother’s and the baby’s health if not treated properly. Moreover, this occurs more frequently in pregnant women older than 40 and women pregnant with twins or triplets. You can examine the seriousness of the situation by pressing the swollen area with your thumb, and if there is a visible mark from the thumb, you need to consult a professional.