The Hard Lump On The Right Wrist Is Painless?
Tonight, I want to ask. R nMy husband has a lump on his right wrist, the lump is a bit hard, and if you press it he doesn’t feel sick. R nWhat does it hurt?
Hello, Thank you for the question.
Lumps found on the wrist are mostly caused by ganglion cysts. Ganglion cysts are fluid-filled sacs found in joints or tendons (connective tissue that connects muscles to bones). These lumps are generally painless and harmless but can interfere with joint movement. The cause of a ganglion cyst is unknown at this time. Ganglion cysts can go away on their own but it takes a long time. A cyst that causes pain or irritates the wrist requires further treatment by a doctor. In addition, bumps on the hands can also be caused by lipomas, sebaceous cysts (cysts formed from oil gland tissue), epidermoid cysts (cysts formed from skin tissue), abscesses, ulcers.
Please advise your husband to see a doctor to determine the cause of this lump. The doctor needs to examine the lump in question to determine if this lump requires further treatment by a doctor. In the meantime, avoid moving the wrist a lot and avoid breaking the lump.
Hope this information is helpful.