Swollen Hands So That The Palm Is Difficult To Move?
My father’s hand was swollen, but the pain was not in the joints, but pain in the muscles of the hands and veins in the palms. So that my father’s palm has been moved. What pain is my father?
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Pain in the hands experienced needs to be explored further about your father's complaints. Since when pain complaints are felt, the location, characteristics, and intensity of pain in the arm, the factors that trigger the onset of symptoms (excessive activity, medical conditions, collisions, accidents, or trauma to related areas), factors that aggravate and ease pain, history of disease before, as well as a history of treatment that has been done for your father's condition (oral medication, sequencing, massage in the area concerned).
Pain in the arm can be caused by several possible causes, including injuries to the muscles, tendons, and ligaments, disorders of the nervous system in related areas, carpal tunnel syndrome, disorders of blood circulation in related areas, fractures / broken bones in related areas, conditions high uric acid, inflammation of the joints in the area of the hand, a lump in the wrist area that affects the difficulty of the palm of the hand.
It is recommended to see a doctor for examination and management related to your father's condition. Investigations can be carried out such as X-rays if found any suspected abnormalities and indications of the examination. Can also be referred to specialist doctors such as orthopedics or internal medicine if there are medical conditions in accordance with the competence of specialist doctors. Avoid doing activities that are too heavy, lifting heavy loads, avoid doing massage and sorting in related areas, avoid taking medication yourself without consulting a doctor.
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