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Forehead in contact with edge of laptop. Pain from wrist to forearm. Is it muscle or vein issue?

i use my laptop most of the time a day, and once i used laptop keyboard for long time and my forearm was in contact with the end/edge of laptop for long time and felt little pain in forearm. when i touch my forearm from one side i feel little pain, it is for one week now. the pain is from wrist till mid of forearm. Kindly advise is it the muscle or vain issue? please recommend for treatment.
Asked On : Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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This is a muscle problem i feel,you may rub your bothpalm/paining place every one hour when u use lap top.

since u r using lap top most of the day regularly,understand u may not doing any physical exercise ,which is most necessary for every human,if it is so i advice u to visit once or twice to a acupressure and magnetotherapy specialist, how ever in the mein time u may use acupressure plate10 minute daily morn. after getting fresh.and drink magnetic water charged with both pole 4 time day.
Answered: Fri, 24 Aug 2012
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