Doctor insights on:
Instability ?: Have you injured it? Weakness of the muscles, laxity of the tendons and ligaments or bone spurs can all cause a "popping" sound while moving your wrist. Questions would be, does it cause pain or is it weak? Any of these see your physician or Orthopedic Surgeon. If not, try exercising the wrist.Start slow and increase your exercise as tolerated. Need help, contact a physical therapist. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am in the navy and a corpsman told me my pain in my wrist is from over working it. I have had this for over a year in both wrists. What could it be?
Many possibilities: The location of your pain will help narrow down your diagnosis. Common causes of wrist pain include but not limited to tendinitis, strains/sprains, nerve compression and even fractures. Oversue injuries generally cause inflammation of tendons however, other possibilities remain. Therefore proper examination and evaluation by an orthopedist can help diagnose and treat the problem. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Very, very low.: Assuming the fracture healed completely and in an "appropriate" position, it is very unlikely that you will re-break your wrist. It often takes 6-8 weeks for fractures to heal and an additional 4 weeks to regain normal bone strength. However, low bone density can increase your risk of re-fracture. Radiographs are necessary to determine the strength of the bone following injury. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If painful then,...: ...it should be looked at by an orthopod. If not and it's been that way for some time then, I wouldn't worry too much unless if interferes with activity. And if it were me I might see if I could garner some interest at the next cocktail party & charge people to see me do something that might make them scream! Well, at least it's different in terms of pickup lines from the usual! LOL... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Roll: If you are talking about a fall from a bicycle, clavicles and wrists are the most common fractures. These occur because the natural instinct is to put our hand out to "break" the fall. It is suggested that we roll rather than break the fall with our outstretched arm. Much easier said than done! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many reasons: Loss of motion in the wrist is most commonly caused by arthritis. Other reasons include, ligament tears, keinboch's disease (loss of blood supply to one of the bones), old trauma. Your doctor after examining you will get an x-ray that should help with the diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Why does my wrist pop when i move it?
- My wrist feels like it needs to pop
- Wrist hairline fracture healing time
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Itchy wrist
- What is the best position to sleep when you have a broken wrist?
- How long should a cast stay on for fractured wrist?
- How long does it take a wrist sprain to heal?
- My wrist hurts when i put pressure on it