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is this something that ever happens just with being preggers? Has anyone experienced this before? I woke up with my fingers throbbing at the distal interphalangeal joints (the last joints closest to the fingernail), very painful, and when I looked at them they looked *very* swollen. The swelling subsided along with most of the pain after a few hours but they are still feeling very stiff, achey, and tender.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">is this something that ever happens just with being preggers? Has anyone experienced this before? I woke up with my fingers throbbing at the distal interphalangeal joints (the last joints closest to the fingernail), very painful, and when I looked at them they looked *very* swollen. The swelling subsided along with most of the pain after a few hours but they are still feeling very stiff, achey, and tender.</div>
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A friend of mine that had her baby in Feburary had it. I rubbed her hands a lot during labor.
 

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I had something similiar to that when I was pregnant with my twins. I also had numbness in my fingertips. It went away as soon as I had them.
 
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