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Flexor carpi ulnaris muscle injuries, MRI shows swollen muscle and blood pooling, no blunt force trauma, percocet, medrol

I have an injury to my right flexor carpi ulnaris muscle . X-rays show no sign of broken bones and lab work shows no infection anywhere. MRI did show severe swelling of that muscle and also blood pooling in that area. Doctor couldn t see any tears . Pain was a pregressive onset (over a three week period.) No blunt force trama occured. Was given percocet for pain and a medrol dose pack for inflammation. Swelling has not seized even after two rounds of the medrol packs and pain meds do not help with pain. All the doctors I have seen are puzzled. They are now sending me to another specialist. Any ideas on treatments that might work?
Asked On : Sun, 29 Apr 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Hand Surgery 's  Response
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as per history you have flexor carpalis muscle injury/tendonitis, it is advised that you give complete rest to the wrist joint with splint for 3-4 weeks and analgesics with antiinflammatory drugs. follow which you have 3 weeks of physiotherapy. with this your pain will come down and you will return back to your work.
advised you meet an orthopaedics
wish you early recovery
Answered: Thu, 24 May 2012
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