Have you ever had a “Trigger” Thumb or “Trigger” Finger?
I had a Trigger thumb for about 9 months, was quite painful and the 1st joint on my thumb would lock up in a bent position. Or it would click in and out when I needed to use my thumb.
Being was told I would have to live with it, or have an operation. Well gosh…. I didn’t want it to be permanent!!
When I started taking StemEnhance Ultra, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I got a lovely surprise one morning about 6x weeks after taking only 2x capsules a day.
I notice my thumb was normal ! It wasn’t clicking or locking up all morning, until later in the day when I went to show my husband my good news, only to discover it was back to locking up again. Darn it I thought, I said it wasn’t like that earlier.
The next day I decided to take 2x caps twice a day and see what happens as I had read that increase of Adult Stem Cells in circulation lasts for about 3-5 hours.
Three days later I made a conscious effort to remember to notice my thumb, I couldn’t believe it, no more locking up, no more pain, and it was back to normal. 👏😀
Trigger finger is often caused by inflammation of the flexor tendon sheath of the finger. Each of your fingers has flexor tendons that move through a tunnel between the joints.
The tunnel, which contributes to the mechanical stability of the fingers, can become sore and inflamed after repetitive use. This causes swelling at the joint at the base of the finger (also known as the metacarpophalangeal joint or MP), and nodules can form on the flexor tendon.
These nodules prevent the tendon from moving smoothly and cause the tendon to catch, lock, snap or pop at the MP joint. People with arthritis can develop a trigger thumb/finger.
I must have needed those extra circulating stem cells!!
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