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  1. GajusCaesar is offline
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    I saw a lot of similar injuries when doing a preceptorship with a hand surgery group here in seattle. It sounds like you've either developed some tendonitis in your wrist or have been trying to use it more than you should and prevented complete healing. It could be both. I can't physically examine your hand so I don't really know. However, anti-inflammatory medications such as Naproxen or Ibuprofen should help both with the pain as well as the inflammation in either of the above cases. Simply follow the dosing on the bottle

    Stay away from Aspirin due to the effects on blood clotting. Tylenol will help with pain but won't do anything for inflammation. From your description it sounds like this is quickly becoming a chronic problem. If I were you I would go to a hand specialist or at least a sports medicine doctor in your area. They can better figure out exactly what complications of recovery you are having and what the best course is. They may very well recommend physical therapy.

    If you haven't had a significant improvement 6 weeks after the injury, it's definitely time to go back to your doctor and tell them about it.
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    It must be cut off.
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    Heheh.

    Listen to Brand, I can vouch for him. We had somewhat similar injuries.

    This is my wrist workout routine.



    1*30*15 Wrist Curls
    3*10*15 Wrist Hammer Curls
    1*30*15 Active Resistance Ulnar Deviation
    1*30*15 Active Resistance Radial Deviation
    1*30*15 Resisted Forearm Pronation
    1*30*15 Resisted Forearm Supination
    My physiotherapist said to do 3*10*light weight.
    Do them slowly, like Brand said, no jerking it.
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    Originally posted by FingerorMoon?
    It must be cut off.
    I've considered this!!

    I've found that when I let it rest alot it actually seems to get worse....so I would tend to agree that working it out very lightly along with stretching is probably the best approach. Or at least the one I'm taking for now. I realize it feels better while working it mostly because it has more blood flowing to it and therefore is warmer, more pliable and less inflamed than while at rest.....but even for quite a while (day or so) after the workout it still feels better. I haven't been doing anything specificically for it --just my normal lifting -- but I will begin to incorporate some light exercises targeting the back of my hand and my wrist.

    Thanks for all the advice.
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    Exactly where does it hurt in the hand/wrist. Some fractures will not show even on repeat x-ray. Also to be considered are tears to the ligaments which can be as serious as fractures. Bone scans and/or MRI and CT's are sometimes needed to find the problem. If the pain and weakness are still significant six weeks out I would recommend you consider seeing an orthopedist or orthopedic hand specialist.
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    Originally posted by Rigante
    Exactly where does it hurt in the hand/wrist. Some fractures will not show even on repeat x-ray. Also to be considered are tears to the ligaments which can be as serious as fractures. Bone scans and/or MRI and CT's are sometimes needed to find the problem. If the pain and weakness are still significant six weeks out I would recommend you consider seeing an orthopedist or orthopedic hand specialist.
    I agree completely. It is a good sign that working it out makes it feel better but the least you should do if you are still having any sort of difficulty with it is call you doctor.
    Deluxe247 tells it like it is:

    you ninja fags just got owned in a bad way. this thread should go to the classics and mega thread forum due to the sheer size of taebo_master and gajusceaser's penis. (with which they just smacked across these ninja's faces)
    from:

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