What you described, I had with just a couple of my fingers...they call it "trigger effect" my rheumy treated me with a cortisone shot to the affected areas. That was 9 yrs ago and I havent had it since.
Is there no sociall assistance programmes where you are? You really need to stay on the meds your rhuemy prescribed, so as to keep the disease at bay. Did you hand lock up when it spasmed? My fingers would...and I learned to massage the area very slowly to get them back in position. Dont force your hand to straighten, just massage and gently get it back to it's rightful position.
You are so young, and I'm sorry you have this DD, but please look into social assistance and see if you can get back on those meds ASAP
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