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Weak wrist, trigger finger, snapped tendon in finger, swelling. Had cortizone injection, pain eased. Treatment for bleeding bruise under skin?

I have had a weak wrist since last year I had a cortizone injection which eased the wrist. I then had trigger finger and then I snapped the tendon in the finger. I have had the finger strapped up for 7Weeks. The finger is swollen and not straightened and also I keep having bleeding bruise inder my skin on the inner side of the wrist? please advise
Asked On : Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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You should get x-ray of affected hand done in AP and Oblique view. Discus it with doctor or send report to me, only then your diagnosis be made.

- Apply hot packs for 30 min in morning and evening .

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