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Hand Muscles strached
Hello doctor, its shubham Before 5 days i went to gym for regular excersise, but after coming back to home i found that my left hand is bonding me to do work because it had bent. It was giving pain in regular movement of left hand. Then somehow i found that some of muscles have been starched due to which i am not able to do straight my hand and also not able to fold my hand properly. Then i consult with Dr. and he suggested me to do regularly maalish by ice cues and keeping arm pouch and gave me 2 medicine i.e. Ocid-Dsr and Hifenac-D. I am following this from last 3 days. So i just want to know that this treatment is enough to bring back my hands movement. Or should i do other hand excersise.
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Dr. Amarpreet Singh Riar
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Yes . This would be enough. Also you can take Vitamin D to make your bones better. Do lot of running once you are fit . Drink Milk and eat curd for strong bones.
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Dr. Anil Kumar Jain
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Hello There. I can understand your concern.i hope you are not in too much pain. Your question is not too clear. as of now, i would suggest you to continue your medicines and also consult a orthopedician in person once for further evaluation and management. you may need to consult a physiotherapist also. Best regards, Dr. Anil kumar jain.
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Dr. Anil B Sheth
General Physician 38 yrs exp Ahmedabad
U continue what yr dr, advise n consult a physio also n give rest to yr joint.
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