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Right wrist pain
Is it true ? Can you please assist me on this? I have had broken my right wrist when I was 15 YO. It was fine after the plaster and medical assistance. Last 1 year I have been working out a little bit harder and since last 2 months this wrist pain just came back. I stopped working out 1 weeks and pulled less weight but it's still there. It is like pinching a niddle and it's bad. If I crape bandage my hand overnight, it's fine the very next day but it does come back again. I asked around and got to know that I should be taking multi vitamins, calcium and magnesium tablets et cetera.
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Dr. Deepak Tamrakar (PT)
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To better understand this you need to go for X-RAY or MRI wrist to know the cause of pain. home program like hot pack application in every 3 to 4 hrs will relief some pain. Also crap bandage application  doing by you to prevent movement also relief pain and stop severity. Don't be late to go to physio or orthpedicean.
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Dr. Vishwas Virmani (PT)
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Hot fomentation. Gentle Stretching of Hand Muscles. Ball exercises. Wrist Exerciser.
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Hello there. I can understand your concern. Rather than asking around who do not have particular knowledge in this field, I would suggest you consult a orthopedician to check it out. Carpel tunnel syndrome needs to be ruled out. You can take pain killer like tab. Zerodol-p once or twice a day but still, I would say get it checked out once at the earliest. Best regards. Dr. Anil Kumar Jain.
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