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What Is An Example Of A Hand Injury Due Too Much Computer Usage
Tendonitis: The most common hand injury associated with typing and mousing is tendonitis. Symptoms include pain and tenderness over the tendons of the wrist, hand and fingers. Carpal tunnel syndrome can be aggravated by computer use but is not usually caused by it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Some pain and numbness in right hand/forearm more pronounced with computer usage. Mostly work related. What is the problem?
Overuse injuries: It sounds like you need to visit your physician to have an examination. Overuse injuries occur when we apply repetitive strain to our muscles and joints. Your work environment may need to be looked at. In addition, if the numbness happened all of a sudden, with your history of hypertension, be able to recognize the signs of a stroke and call 911 immediately if you have them. ...Read more
Cold is better: Ice the area for 30 minutes on and 30 minutes off when awake is better than heat which causes more swelling. ...Read more
How long would it take for a fingernail to grow back after falling off? Mine has been off a week after a hand injury and i haven't seen much growth.
What are some ways that I can stop or control my meltdowns? Had a big meltdown last night that ended in a hand injury. I need tips.
Anger management: The first step to positive behavioral change is recognizing the problem and wanting to make a change.You may need to see a behavioral therapist to help you learn other behaviors that are more productive and less harmful.Until you can talk to someone, there are lots of things you can try: count to ten, breathe deeply, think about something that always makes you happy. You can do it! It's up to YOU! ...Read more
See below: It's up to you. Who do you feel comfortable with? ...Read more
I'm anemic and lost quite a bit of blood 7weeks ago due to a hand injury. Could this be the cause as to why my last 2 periods have been very light?
It is possible: Only time will tell. But it is possible although Anemia by itself doe snot always lead to lighter periods.You should get your blood counts and Hemoglobin checked just to be sure as to what you need to do to correct your blood loss. If your hemoglobin level is under 11 Grams, you may need further tests and or iron supplements. ...Read more
Hand Injury: This all depends upon what the injury is , an injury can still be synptomatic even with care. not making the bandage too tight is the most important as with hand and wrist injury to feel "normal" there is often a long time to get swelling down this is why hand therapy is such an important field and why hand surgeons exist as the brea dth of injury and treatment can be varied even for simple. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ergonomic: The best way to avoid wrist strain, injury, or carpal tunnel syndrome if you spend extended periods of time in front of the computer is frequent breaks and stretching. You can also try an ergonomic keyboard. They have the same layout as most keyboards, but they're split in half and angled to allow for more comfortable wrist position. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Open fracture: Or compound fracture, with exposed bone, can result in an infection. If there is exposed bone and the injury has not been cleaned well and is not under the care of a physician then it needs attention. Some fingertip injuries with exposed bone and soft tissue injury at the same level can be treated with dressing changes with good results but it is under the supervision of a qualified surgeon. ...Read more
Hand lacerations: May be simple/complex depending upon anatomy. If you have a known injury with glass, it is important to have the glass removed. Small punctate tiny minuscule fragments may not have any effect on structures if they are in the subcutaneous space, but locations such as deep to the fascia may result in injury. If you have a discoloration or increasing pain then infection should be ruled out. Get seen. ...Read more
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