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Ganglion in wrist. Taken steroid injections. Losing grip and strength in hand. Hot, red, swollen palm. Normal?

I m 23, I have had continuous problems with a ganglion on the palm side of my right wrist since 2008. I have had it removed once, steroid injections , and an arthroscopy alongside physio. The lump grew straight back and is now bigger than ever, hard, with a softer lump growing from it. I have lost grip and strength in my hand, affecting all of evryday life- not to mention being in constant pain all the time! Today the palm of my hand is hot, red, swollen and hurts to s also itchy. Is this normal?!
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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This doesn't look normal.Your symptoms arise possibility of infection in the region of ganaglion. And also probably the ganglion is compressing on surrounding structures like nerve causing constant pain and affecting your grip.

I guess you need to consult your doctor again.

Answered: Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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