Palm Pain When Moved?
, my lower palm feels pain when the hand is straightened when I want to warm up before exercise. The part that hurts under the palm in the middle, the pain is like pulling out of the nerves or nerves
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the palm of the hand can have certain characteristics, such as feeling drawn, punctured, or numbness or tingling, and can be triggered by several things such as certain times (day / morning / night), activities that stretch your hands or may not be triggered by the same activity once, and can be accompanied by other symptoms such as hands / fingers that swell / bruise, feel stiff, appear lumps, or appear feverish.
Basically, palm pain can be caused by:
Injury, can be due to sprains, repetitive pressure, or fall and become a pedestal. Carpal tunnel syndrome, pressure on the nerves in the wrist, will add pain when the hand is bent. Arthritis, usually accompanied by stiff, red and swollen hands, can affect more than one joint. Tendonitis, inflammation of the tissue that connects muscles. Palm pain is usually triggered by risk factors such as frequent use of the wrist repeatedly, and have a history of diseases such as diabetes, obesity, or are pregnant.
To find out more precisely the cause of hand pain, you can see a doctor to have your hand checked, especially if the pain is getting worse, numbness, or the hands turn pale / bluish. Usually the doctor will see the appearance of your hand, pressing several points on your hand, and asking you to move your hand. In addition, doctors can also require supporting examinations such as x-rays and nerve tests.
Things you can do in the meantime to relieve symptoms:
Compress the wrist with ice water. Wrap your wrist with an elastic bandage and minimize excessive hand movement. Take pain relievers like paracetamol. Be careful about your activities and avoid wrong hand positions. Hopefully this information can help. thanks.