The Wrist Aches When Pressed?
Hello r nFor the doctor I want to ask, it’s been almost 3 weeks. My wrist hurts, especially on the bones when pressed, it feels pain, if used to do things that have to use wrist energy directly hurts until the effect is to lift any pain, some people say it’s ENCOK, If True, What Is the Cause and How to Deal With It, and Are There Foods to Avoid? Anything? R nBefore And Afterward I Say Many Thanks …
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Pain in the wrist is often caused by a sudden injury to the wrist. However, pain in the wrist can also be caused by repetitive stress on the wrist, disorders of the joints, or disorders of the surrounding nerves that occur for a long time. If the pain you feel is sudden, it is likely that the pain in your wrist is due to a sudden injury. Injury to the muscles or other soft tissues can usually be relieved by resting the wrist and compressing it with ice. If the pain persists for days, is heavy, or is accompanied by swelling, you need to see a doctor immediately, especially an orthopedic specialist. The late you see your doctor, the more difficult the disorder to handle. If the pain that you feel does not occur suddenly, but slowly the longer the more pain, chances are your disturbance is caused by your habit of making wrist movements that are not good for the wrist, such as hitting a tennis ball, typing with an incorrect hand position, often write, or lift weights in the wrong way. You should check with your doctor to find out what disorders you are experiencing. Your doctor will tell you about your pain management plan after you have been examined. Your hand may also be x-rayed to see abnormalities, especially in the bones and joints. In general, there is no food you need to avoid. Rest your wrist that feels pain. For the time being, avoid doing strenuous activities with the hand. When sleeping, you should put your hands on a pillow next to you, not to fall on your body or other objects.
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