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Doctor insights on: Is It True That You Will Not Be Able To Move Your Hand If It Is Broken

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When will I be able to move my hand after 10 weeks on cast?

When will I be able to move my hand after 10 weeks on cast?

Depends: A good rule of thumb for the time it takes to recover motion after a period of immobilization is about the same amount of time you were immobilized. ...Read more

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Got a metro door slide on my hand.Couldnt move it do to shock. Now am able to move thinkers but joint really and I can't make a fist. Help?

Got a metro door slide on my hand.Couldnt move it do to shock. Now am able to move thinkers but joint really and I can't make a fist. Help?

Get checked: If it's swollen and you can't make a fist you should have it examined and possibly xrayed. Meantime, use ice. ...Read more

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Razor cutting pain in shoulder causing whole arm and hand to be numb. once able to move arm, it felt weak and hot for 2 days. what can cause this?

Pinched nerve: There are multiple potential causes, but having an irritation of a nerve in the neck is one of the most common causes of pain or numbness running down the arm. Don't hesitate to be seen. ...Read more

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My father is unconscious for two days , he is able to move his hands but not able to speak or open eyes , all tests done nothing wrong ?

My father is unconscious for two days , he is able to move his hands but not able to speak or open eyes , all tests done nothing wrong ?

Something very wrong: Hi. I'm so sorry. Your dad sounds very sick. The fact that no tests have shown an abnormality only tells you that in the face of what sounds like a very serious condition, tests to show the cause or related abnormalities have not been run. We don't have a test for everything in medicine, but I would think a brain MRI, EEG, etc may show abnormalities. I wish him the best. ...Read more

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Is it normal to br able to move the bones in mu fingers dby pusging down on my palm anf wiggleing them?

Is it normal to br able to move the bones in mu fingers dby pusging down on my palm anf wiggleing them?

Yes!: Although how much they wiggle with how much pressure you're applying might vary enough to suggest excessive joint laxity, which could be a sign of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome. Your doctor can offer some guidance on how much is normal, and whether your mobility is enough to generate concern. ...Read more

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