I have severe wrist pain and stiffness along the pisiform bone area (wrist below pinky finger). The x-ray ruled out arthritis and the specialist said it was tendonitis, after a very short look. I have trouble believing in the tendontitis diagnosis because it is in a strange location and on my non- dominant hand. It just started hurting one day and has progressively gotten worse, even though I have had it in a brace for one month upon doctors advice. I dont do a lot of physical work with my hands so there is no reason for tendonitis. Any advice?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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