Is it too late for my finger?…?

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Ok I think my left index finger is dislocated fromthe first joint near the tip…I cannot bend it without the support of my other hand, and sometimes when i’m like playing computer games or guitar, i begin to get irratance.

This has been going on for 6 years…I dislocated it when a peice of glass struck into my finger and ever since then I haven’t been able to bend it properly. I did go to the doctors, and I did get an X-Ray.

But I’m not sure if either the doctor is crap or he’s telling the truth, but what he said was my finger will restore back as it’s growing….?

I think that’s bull****! I haven’t been able to bend it for over half-a-decade and I cannot wait any longer! I am willing to take an operation by all means.

So should I check again and demand a more straight answer or wait another few years like this?

Advice needed.

Comments

  1. J Ancelotti says:

    Go see another doctor.

  2. Rhea's Obsession says:

    It’s time to say buh-bye finger!

  3. Soccer Starr says:

    get a second opinion. :}

  4. Questionsman says:

    have hope

  5. reardwen says:

    Doctors are fallible. Some are not even very bright, once they’re dealing with people and not answering questions in exams.

    Definitely go and get your finger looked at again.

  6. insane_mad_maniak says:

    if you had severed the tendons in the finger then there would be no hope of it ever recovering it’s movement.

    with dislocations it does restore over time, you have to refrain from using it for a while to prevent it from dislocating again which it will be prone to while healing. building up the muscles in your hand could help also. but you options are probably going to be limmited for surgery, which you should discuss with your doctor about what can be done.

  7. Chalkyman says:

    if you had severed the tendons in the finger then there would be no hope of it ever recovering it’s movement.

    ^^^^ Epic fail. I severed through 4 of my tendons in my right hand. I had surgery on them and 6 weeks of physio and they are fine now, though I was incredibly lucky. Go see another doctor and get their opinion.