How To Reduce Pain Because Of The Ganglion?
Hello, sensei, my hand has a bump and it turns out it was a ganglion, before when the ganglion was large there was no pain whatsoever, but now after deflating, it really hurts, what should I do?
Thank you for the question.
Ganglions are cysts (fluid-filled sacs) that hang due to the release of joint fluid around the joints and tendons. This condition is benign. But indeed, when enlarged, it can suppress the nerve fibers around it, causing pain.
If it is true that you have seen a doctor and it is confirmed that what you experience is a ganglion, so now you should check yourself directly to the doctor or surgeon. Usually, the doctor will recommend several actions, such as aspirations to surgery. In this way, it is hoped that your condition can improve and you can return to your activities without obstacles.
In the meantime, you can warm compress first the area that feels pain. Not only that, you should also limit the movement of the joints around the ganglion, and do not be pressed too much. In addition, if the pain is very disturbing, you can first apply pain relief cream around the joint.
Hope this helps ...