you working at Mc Donalds and have that strange finger pain.
I m WOrking now at Mc Donalds since 5 weeks and since 3 days i have the same problem.
I woke up and i felt like my hand is sleeping.
Usually i know that feeling whenever i ve slept on my arm.
But that pain wouldnt get better.
I could not make a fist. and anyway my fingers felt like swelled. So i thought it must be a very low blood pressure.
But today i found out, that my collegue at mc donald has the same problem. She told me it is the griller. Because of the heat and the electricity.
I am not sure if it is really from the electricity of the griller. ( since weeks i mainly stay at the grill).
Also i have ellbow and shoulder pain. That comes from the routinely movement with my hand like remove the meet from the griller or buns and and out with that tablets. And i think as ellbow pain it goes to the hand as it is been mentioned here already few times.
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