Pain In The Palm Of The Hand When Clenched?
Ass … I want to ask you this … Why does my left palm when it is clenched in pain so much. While my left hand is not hit by a collision or soybeans lift a heavy burden … And this I feel since waking up in the morning … ???
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Hands function to help human daily activities. Coordination of the normal functions of the constituent tissues of the hands and fingers will support the hand function properly. So that if there are abnormalities in the constituent tissue of the limbs, both skin, fat, muscles and tendons, joints and bones, nerves and blood vessels, then often an individual feels complaints that are uncomfortable and can interfere with the function of the hands and fingers themselves.
Some of the conditions below can cause complaints of pain or discomfort or stiffness in human hands and fingers, such as:
1. an infection and or injury to the skin
2. inflammation of the connective tissue under the skin
3. trauma or injury to the hands and or muscles and joints
4. inflammation or emphasis on nerves
5. inflammation of the bones and joints, such as osteoarthritis
metabolic disorders, such as increased uric acid, excess cholesterol, or diabetes
To ascertain the possible causes above, a direct examination is needed by your family doctor or orthopedist. The doctor can plan blood tests as well as radiological examinations to help determine the cause of this complaint. Thus, treatment can be given according to the examination results obtained.
In connection with your question, complaints of pain in the hand or palm may be caused by stiffness or muscle tension in the area. This condition can occur due to muscular fatigue or forced robbery on the hands or muscles in the area of your palm. This forced muscular extraction can occur due to activities that overload the ability of the muscles themselves, such as lifting excess weight, holding excess weight, holding something suddenly, or pushing something suddenly or excessively. These conditions can cause disruption to the muscles of your hand or palm of your hand, so that when your hand muscles contract, complaints of pain can occur.
However, all of this you need to consult directly to your family doctor or to your orthopedic doctor to ascertain the cause with the diagnostic process as described above.
For now, you can take a number of steps to help reduce pain complaints and restore the area of your hand / palm:
1. compress with warm water 3 times a day
2. stretch regularly as often as possible
3. do a light massage to help reduce your muscle tension
4. Enough water
5. avoid heavy burdens on your hands
Thus the info we can convey.