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Wrist Injury - Causes

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Comment from: alexandra, 13-18 Female (Caregiver) Published: February 23

My 18 year old daughter plays softball and she hits 5 days a week. Her wrist started bothering her, so we took her to the doctor, who looked at her wrist, and asked her to get an X-ray. After the X-ray results, the doctor said there was nothing wrong with it but to put it in a wrist brace for two weeks. Two weeks have gone by and the pain is the same.

Comment from: Sanju, 19-24 Male (Patient) Published: July 19

I had a bike accident. My right hand was fully scratched. The moment of the accident and after the accident I felt pain less. That night I had a bad pain and could not sleep the whole night. I think now I have fractured my wrist.

Comment from: Hurting in Heber, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: November 08

I'm not sure how I injured my wrist but it has been very soar for the last month or so. I can touch a specific point on the inside of my left wrist and it hurts like crazy. Also sometimes when I move my thumb and next two fingers it increases my pain. I think I will go get a cortisone shot Monday. I'm a little scared after the other entry which said cortisone made it worse. Wish me luck!

Comment from: batboy, 13-18 Male (Caregiver) Published: February 24

My son was playing basketball; used his hand to support a fall and now is having problems in his wrist area. He has seen a doctor; x-ray showed no injury; only a slight sprain. He is able to grasp items but since he also plays baseball he has noticed that throwing a baseball and when batting there is some pain.

Comment from: Mary, 35-44 Female Published: July 11

Martial Arts Class. A twisting type wrist lock applied to hard.

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