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What does it mean when you have pain in your wrist and prominent blue veins?

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Dr. Susan Arnoult
Family Medicine
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In brief: Unrelated

The prominent blue veins are probably a separate issue - you just get them as you age (sadly).
Pain in the wrist would be a joint or tendon problem especially if you do a lot of repetitive work with your hands. If you fell then there could be a fracture and you might need an x-ray

In brief: Unrelated

The prominent blue veins are probably a separate issue - you just get them as you age (sadly).
Pain in the wrist would be a joint or tendon problem especially if you do a lot of repetitive work with your hands. If you fell then there could be a fracture and you might need an x-ray
Dr. Susan Arnoult
Dr. Susan Arnoult
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