A trigger finger can be quite troublesome, and you may wonder if it may go away on its own. Before you research your own answer, consult with an orthopedic specialist to ensure you have a proper diagnosis and have an appropriate treatment plan.
A diagnosis of trigger finger is not as common as you may think. Only 2% of patients who present with a swollen, painful, restricted finger may be diagnosed. The underlying cause is usually a swollen tendon in the hand, which can resolve on its own in some cases.
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