Non-operative Trigger Finger

If your symptoms are mild, your doctor may have you rest the finger or thumb and take oral anti-inflammatory medication, such as aspirin. If this does not reduce the swelling, your doctor may give you injections of an anti-inflammatory, such as cortisone, in the base of the finger or thumb.

 

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