Pain In The Hands After Falling?
Hi. Some days I fell down to sit down. But when I want to fall, I focus on the left side. Now it hurts the left buttocks, and my left hand hurts too, at the bottom. If my lower left side is turned upside down and stretched it hurts … should that begin with the fall of me? Thank you
Hello Laura! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Pain in the hands after falling may be caused by collisions or the position of the hands that hold the body when falling. Pain in the hand is probably not caused by injury to the buttocks area because the innervation in the buttocks area is not related to the hands or arms. Pain during certain movements can be an injury to the hand or arm. This injury can occur in the muscles, bones, and connective tissues in the area. The thing to watch out for is the occurrence of broken or fractured bones. To find this out, the area that is experiencing pain needs to be examined directly by a doctor and X-rays taken. Usually, if the bones are fine, no particular action is needed to overcome the injury. However, if the injury is severe enough, doctors still need to take action to overcome it. Preferably, you immediately see the nearest orthopedic doctor. While at home, you can rest your arms by positioning them higher (propped up by a pillow) and compressing the cold part of the pain. You can also take painter medicines that are sold freely to withstand pain for a while.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.