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Wrist pain due to sports injury - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Bones, Muscles and Joints
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User :   hi
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :  
How can I help you?
User :   i fell on my hand while playing cricket.
Doctor :   Ok

User :   it's paining.
User :   i thought it will be fine by two weeks.
User :   but still its little bit paining.
Doctor :  
is it around the wrist?
User :   i'm afraid whether it's a ligament tear.
User :   no, near the joint bone.
Doctor :   which joint?

User :   the joint between limbs.
User :   i dont know the name.
Doctor :  
You mean to say the joint b/w the fingers?
User :   no , not the hands.
User :   the joint below connecting upper & lower.
User :   below the watch.
Doctor :  
the elbow joint
Doctor :  
below the watch it is called as wrist joint
User :   yes, wrist joint.
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
Now is there any swelling?
User :   there is no swelling.
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
Was it present before?
User :   but i'm not able to straighten my hand.
User :   & am not able to carry any heavy luggages.
Doctor :  
User :   i'm not in India so, I haven't gone for x-ray.
Doctor :  
Has it improved over the past 2 weeks or stayed the same?
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
Have you shown it to the doctor?

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