Painful Hand Relationship When Clenched Post Ganglion Surgery?
Good evening, why suddenly my hand hurts when I’m clenched. 2 years ago I had ganglion surgery, does it affect the pain that I am experiencing now?
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Ganglion cysts are benign tumors that are often found in the wrists or joints of the body. This cyst is not dangerous but its presence can interfere with daily activities.
Ganglion cysts can disappear or shrink by themselves, or surgical procedures are needed to remove them. Although the surgical method is quite powerful in removing cysts, but this type of cyst has a high number to reappear even after surgery.
Associated with pain that is felt when the hands are clenched, the condition can be caused by recurrent / recurring ganglion cysts, carpal tunnel syndrome, neuropathy, inflammation of the joints due to rheumatoid arthritis or trauma to the wrist.
Ganglion cysts have a high recurrence rate, visible or invisible (under the skin surface). Ganglion cysts can trigger pain in the joint area of the wrist. Another possibility is carpal tunnel syndrome caused by a disruption in the nerves that pass through the carpal tunnel in the wrist area. The disease can trigger pain, tingling, to numbness / numbness and weakening of motor power in the area of the hand.
To be sure, you should do a check with the nearest doctor or neurologist directly. The doctor will do an evaluation with nerve examinations and other supports such as electromyography (EMG) and blood laboratories if needed.
To reduce complaints at home, you can do a healthy lifestyle with regular exercise, consume healthy and nutritious food, get enough rest, manage stress well, don't smoke, and do carpal finger / gymnastic exercises.
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