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Have swelling in wrist, cramping in hand and numbness with nausea. What is it?

I have swelling on the inside of my left wrist , very tender. This hand has cramping, distortion, and numbness. I have a impinged nerve in my neck that I can t afford to have repaired or visit a Dr now. Could the swelling be an indication that the nerve damage is getting worse? I got nauseated as soon as I discovered this and touched it.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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hello dear,
swelling with numbness in wrist can be a indicator of carple tunnel syndrome.
this is a very serious condition, you must meet a doctor immediately.
for now start with an analgesic and anti inflammatory like combiflam.

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Answered: Thu, 7 Feb 2013
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