My fingers feel slightly stiff, however I feel relief when I raise my hands in the air. What...
could be wrong with my fingers?
I get this in my little and ring finger of my right hand. I had a nerve induction test that revealed mild damage to the ulna nerve. This can create strange sensations to the fingers. When I lift my arm it relieved pressure from the ulna nerve, which runs down the inside of the arm, through your elbow (funny bone nerve), and down the side of your wrist opposite to the thumb, and the fingers stopped feeling odd.
You should go see your doctor and get some tests done to determine just what is wrong.
It could be anything from issues with fluid retention to nerve damage to circulatory issues, but you won't know for sure just guessing on the Internet.
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