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Bursting Blood Vessels in Fingers?

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The bursting of blood vessels in fingers can be caused by high blood pressure. Although the majority of people do not experience any symptoms, in rare cases the extreme pressure can damage the blood vessels. This could lead to bursting of the blood vessels in a person's finger. High blood pressure is when 'the force of the blood against your artery walls is high enough that it may eventually cause health problems'. A persons blood pressure will be higher when the arteries are smaller and the heart has to pump more blood. Certain medications can be used to treat high blood pressure.
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