That is a great question and one that is best answered by your primary care doctor
or a doctor specializing in headaches and neuropathic pain such as a neurologist
. It is difficult to know what connection your pinky injury
and your migraines have, but depending on the type of migraine you have, it may be that the constant pain from your pinky injury is what is causing you to develop stress or anxiety which may be a trigger for the migraines. For that reason, there isn't a direct connection between the two, but rather the connection is the pain and anxiety and stress from the pinky injury is causing the migraines to worsen. Of course, there may be another cause for why your migraines are increasing in frequency and they may not be at all associated with the pinky injury, and for this reason, it is recommended that you are evaluated in a timely manner by a neurologist or headache doctor who can help you treat these headaches with a better regimen of medications. Of course, you may consider a primary care doctor to be evaluated for why you are still having this pinky related pain because it is not common to have this much pain otherwise.