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Pain Swelling Hand Playing Computer
You can answer that: If you haven't had any other injury or overuse, you play video games frequently, and it hurts after you play, then you can assume that playing video games is the problem. Try taking some time off from playing and use some anti-inflammatory medication (advil, aleve). If your symptoms resolve, you have your answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Swelling is the enlargement of organs, skin, or other body parts. It is caused by a buildup of fluid in the tissues. The extra fluid can lead to a rapid increase in weight over a short period of time (days to weeks). Swelling can occur all over the body (generalized) or only in one part ...Read more
Hurt the base of right thumb while catching a hard ball with one hand when I was playing. It was about 2 months ago.no swelling but pain when i bend ?
Pain with thumb: Bobby, have it x-rayed. You may have "game-keepers" thumb: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gamekeeper's_thumb thanks ...Read more
I have chronic pain in both my forearm, wrist, and hands for the last year after playing piano. No amount of rest has helped. No redness or swelling.
Last night i played computer games, when my game got finished my left my arm & hand went numb.It's the next day and my whole arm and hand is still numb?
Overuse: The most likely cause is median nerve malfunction due to severe overuse. If you haven't had prior similar problems, then your symptoms should gradually resolve, tho this may take several weeks. But if your symptoms are worsening, seek medical attention promptly because then something other than overuse is occurring. ...Read more
Right hand consistently colder than left. Color is normal. I'm a righty. Play tennis & use mouse often with computer. Cardiovascular problem??
It may be.: If causing problems would encourage medical eval. Take care. ...Read more
I play in band and I have this swelling on the bottom of my thumb/palm. The swelling goes up and down. Do you know what it is?
Sore right thumb for over 3 weeks now. Injured playing basketball, swelling has gone away after a week. Pain still persists. Chances of fracture?
Yes.: Yes. Chance of fracture, or ligament/tendon injury. Three weeks is long enough -get it checked out by your doc or a hand orthopedist. You are young and thumbs are critically important - you don't want to miss an injury that could have long term consequences. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Child has only occasional swelling but stiffness and pain almost daily from jra she still plays but it hurts her already on metho what shoukd i do?
JIA!: Young children really do not have "rheumatoid arthritis." we now call it "juvenile idiopathic arthritis! we have many other drugs to treat this arthritis. Your child is hopefully under the care of a rheumatologist! is he taking an NSAID for pain? Is the CRP ( a measure of inflammation) still high. If so, other medications can be used. Both Humira and Enbrel are avaiable options, too. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I rolled my ankle playing soccer a week ago. The pain is getting worse though the swelling has subsided. It really hurts after working all day.?
Get an xray: Technically speaking, clinically you be about 85% certain there's not a fracture if you don't meet what are called the "ottawa ankle rules" - a study from canada that shows that if you can walk 4 steps, there's no tenderness at the base of the 5th metatarsal (google it) the lateral malleolus (that big bump on the outside of your ankle) the medial malleolus (the big bump on the inside of your ankle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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