The Wrist Hurts When Pressed After A Broken Hand?
, my left hand was broken about 2-3 years ago (1cm from the wrist) when I turned the wrist it must have been sounding and my right hand was broken 1 year ago (3cm from the wrist) and it didn’t sound when I turned the wrist. But when I press the wrist a little, it hurts as if we are pressing a lump. Only on my wrist did not feel a lump. Can these conditions be treated? If it can be treated, in what way? And are these conditions dangerous in the future? Please enlighten me Thank you 🙂
Hello Wina! Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Complaints that you experience at this time may occur due to interference during the healing process of the bone. This can happen especially if the fracture is not treated properly to an orthopedic specialist. When our bones break, bones have the ability to connect themselves. The doctor will try to make the connection is straight according to the original condition of the bone, so that the bone can function normally again after recovery. If not handled properly, the connection may bend or there is a lump. In addition, it needs to be reevaluated because your hands often break. Does the impact on the bone have enough strength to cause a break or there is a disturbance in your bones, so that your bones often break. It is not impossible, the lump you feel is not a complication of a previous fracture, but there is a tumor on the bone that causes bones to break easily. You should check with your nearest orthopedic doctor. You will be examined directly and asked for X-rays. If necessary, your doctor may suggest another follow-up examination.
That's all information from me. I hope this helps.