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Type Sprained Wrist
If Mild to Mod.- Yes: Most mild to moderate wrist sprains should allow one to type. A more severe sprain may cause enough constant discomfort with any movement, that typing would not be feasible. Each wrist sprain is a bit different as is each person's pain tolerance. Check with your treating physician to see if typing is prudent in your particular case. ...Read more
I felt sprain type feeling in wrist & inner forearm yesterday & by evening, if i bend my thumb inward to hand, I have pain and discomfort in inner arm?
Cehck activities: Do an activity checklist. Try to remember if you did anything strenuous prior to the symptoms developing. Also, do you do repetitive work or leiiure activities? Do you have symptoms in other parts of the body such as pain and stiffness in the neck and arm? Do you have symptoms like this before. After activities, acute or chronic in your muscles have the symptoms be checked by a family dr. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sprained wrist: Assuming you have a sprained wrist then when your wrist no longer hurts on movement remove the tape and be very gentle for two days and if no pain use your hand normally. If you begin with pain in the two days of limited use seek medical care or resume your tape for another week. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Use an OTC splint: The easiest way to treat and protect a sprained wrist is to try an over-the-counter (otc) splint. They are easy to apply and remove for personal care. An ace wrap is another option, but needs to be applied appropriately to adequately protect your wrist. Otc splints can be a simple neoprene compressive sleeve are incorporate a hardened splint to hold the wrist in a safe position. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a sprained wrist that isnt getting any better.Its been sprained for 3 mon. I got xrays done so its not broken so i don't know why it wont heal?
Wrist sprain: A wrist sprain is an injury to the ligaments of thr bones of the wrist. These bone are the distal most parts of the radius and or ulna and the 8 carpal bones. The carpal bones are the scaphoid, lunate triquetrum, pisiform ( which is a sesamoid bone) trapezium, trapezoid, capitate and hamate. And are attached by ligaments to each other, similar to a fracture there is pain swelling and stiffness. ...Read more
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