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Have continuous wrist pain. No medication till now. What to do to get releaved from pain?

I do a lot of low voltage work, and for the past six months or so I have noticed an ever increasing pain in my wrist when I do push ups, bend it very far back, or have to steady myself with it, most of the time I do not notice it, except when I am putting weight on it. My grip is strong, and my fingers feel fine. I still have full range of motion, but I am beginning to become a little more concerned about the fact the pain is not going away, and now I can feel it when I am at rest, and it is bent slightly upwards, though not as badly when I put weight on it.
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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The pain in the wrists is likely to be due to a minor inflammation in the ligaments or tendons in the area. Doing a hot fomentation, taking mild pain killer and using an elastic brace will help in decreasing the symptoms.
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Answered: Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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