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Stupid wrist injury

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 5, 2006
  • 03:01 PM

Hi. It's stupid because I think it occured in the grocery store - I had my hands on the grocery cart and had an urge to lift the back wheels off the ground and bang them down on the floor again, excess energy or something. Anyway, a few hours later I had pain across my left wrist, radiating mildly up the inside of the forearm. It was a dull, deep ache, and if I touched a spot on the outside of the wrist, right at the juncture of hand and wrist, that's where the pain was most acute and localized. The pain gets acute if I put weight on it also, as in putting my hand on an armrest prior to sitting down. Everything functions fine,while resting it the pain's nearly absent, if I work with it it starts aching again. Just a mild sprain??

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  • Probably a sprain. Only way to be sure, MRI, big bucks. Rest, let it heal a few days, see how it goes...and STOP BANGING THE ***n CARTS!
    Clumpy 1 Replies
    • December 5, 2006
    • 07:03 PM
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  • You have a serious condition known as " encarcicomitis - benzodinitus" . Its fatal unless you tap your foreskin with a tubular resonansing dipstick seven times while singing "ode to ramnatec" in the obscure finnish dialect known as 'encarki- ootii'. Good luck, your friend, Smegma-ette.
    Smegma-ette 1 Replies
    • December 5, 2006
    • 07:17 PM
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  • I also fell while doing something , I went got an X-ray as well as saw 3 doctors they all said no your wrist is just sprained they where wrong wrong wrong. I play college ice hokcey, so I let it rest for two weeks then continued to play, noo knowing I had a fractured schaphoid bone in my wrist. I would recomend you get your injury looked at by a orthopedic doctor; or eventualy even if it does heal you will lose a lot of range of motion as well as gain arthritus at a later age.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • February 16, 2007
    • 06:40 PM
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