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I have pain in my right index finger.and in my left index and thumb.the left are also numb at the very tips.all three feel like i have chemical burns.which i dont.

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Consider what you do repeatedly
could be carpel tunnel syndrome where the nerves that are in continual use in the small hole in the wrist bones become inflamed and swell resulting in pressure on the fingers and palms
for more details go google and type in ---carpel tunnel syndrome -- and then go see your doctor for nerve testing in the hands

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