The Cause Of Pain That Moves Around The Sprained Hand?
Afternoon. I miss. I want to ask. My hands are sprained and swollen. The pain that I feel in my hands always moves? What caused it? Thank you
Good afternoon Miss, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Sprained hands and sprains, can occur if the hands or joints get force, pressure or spin exceeds their ability, resulting in tears or injury to muscles, joints, bones, or supporting structures such as tendons and ligaments that make up the limbs.
However, this condition should have symptoms of persistent pain, in the sense of not moving. If the problem is the right wrist, then the pain will only be in the right hand, will not move up, down, move to the left, especially until moving to other parts such as the chest or abdomen.
Therefore, if you do experience moving pain, we suggest that you consult your general practitioner first or the orthopedist to find out more about the symptoms. Maybe there is the influence of neurological disorders or psychological disorders that cause these complaints / With a direct examination, you can find out the tendency of the disease through a history, physical examination and support such as X-rays and CT scans, and misunderstandings can be avoided. If it turns out there are two conditions that occur together, both can be handled simultaneously.
Meanwhile, do not need to worry too much, avoid using the area of the hand that hurts first, give a warm compress to the painful part, and consumption of pain relievers and anti-inflammatory drugs that are sold freely by reading the rules of use listed. Also multiply the consumption of high-protein foods such as tempeh, tofu, chicken breast, beef, seafood, eggs, milk, cheese and yogurt. So, hopefully answering your question.