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Broke wrist. Having stabbing pains even after six weeks if moved wrist in a certain way. Normal?

I broke my wrist 7 weeks ago. Radius and ulna, plus cracked socket. The Dr who did the surgery has not listened to my concerns, and just says its been 6 weeks so you re healed. I know it can take quite a while to fully heal and there will be pain. But I have wrenching, stabbing pain only when my arm/wrist turns a certain way, and its always the same. i can move it a little any other way without this stabbing pain. Should I be concerned? or is this normal? Never mind... since I am unable to pay at present
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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Your symptoms suggest that still your vitiated doshas are present , for complete relieve you consult an ayurvedic physician nearby you. For the time just heat pads over the joint twice daily, you will feel relieved. For complete treatment or any other query contact me at
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Answered: Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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