After three days of sharp tingling pain in forearm, my arm is very sore (shower water hurt it). I had a blood test on June 5th, after which it bled a lot, which was unusual. Tiny bruise the next day, which was normal. Six days later, June 10, started getting sharp points of pain along my forearm, swelling, slight soreness. June 11th, more tingling, a bit further down my forearm, but still up by the top of forearm at elbow bend. June 12th, more tingling all the way to my wrist and now began to hurt when trying to straighten my arm and turn hand palm up. June 14, no more tingling pain, just pretty constant arm pain along the forearm bone from elbow to wrist when I try to straighten arm. Even the shower water hitting my arm made it hurt.
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