12 Year Old With WristTendonitis For Over A Year

by Claire

I am 12 i have been having this for a year now. in the year it is around 7 times which last between 2-6 weeks.

all the doctor has done is send me of for an x-ray and put my on anti-inflametrys! this is very painful.

what else can i do because i hate going into hospitals. all my friends think i am faking it.

so i need to know some of the facts which even i will be able 2 understand.


Joshua Answers:

Hi Claire.

Time for a new doctor!


Ok, some facts.

12 year olds shouldn't have Tendonitis. Maybe you do a lot of texting or are on the computer a lot. It's -possible- that purely due to repetitive movement you could have developed classic Tendonitis.

However, for you, I bet it's nutritional related.

Meaning, you are short on various nutrients and your body just doesn't have the building blocks that it needs to stay strong and healthy.

1. Get your Vitamin D level checked. It's predictable that it's VERY low. Then use D3 to get your level up. Let's talk once you get your level checked.

2. Magnesium for Tendonitis. Could be others too, but Magnesium is a big one.
Can't use your calcium without magnesium.

3. Protein. I bet you need to eat more protein and less sugar and carbs. Good fats too, like flax seed oil and coconut oil.

If you don't have enough of the above, ANYBODY can and will develop pain and problem.

I suggest that you get my Reversing Wrist Tendonitis ebook ebook. It talks about the above, and has other info and activities you can use to drop your pain levels and get your structures working pain free again.

So there's that.

If you like, I can ask you a bunch of specific questions, you can answer, and that will help us dial in on exactly what is going on.

And, what I've said above holds true for most everyone. And, it's always good to fine tune.

Please reply using the comment link below. Do not submit a new submission to answer/reply, it's too hard for me to find where it's supposed to go.

And, comments have a 3,000 character limit so you may have to comment twice.

Joshua Tucker, B.A., C.M.T.
The Tendonitis Expert

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Apr 24, 2010
PART 2 - Just me again - 12 Year Old With WristTendonitis For Over A Year
by: Claire again!

thank you! I knew i had Hypomobility went to see the doctor again and he says that could be to do with it because i and injering all my joints! so i am off to see a phsio person and have a chat. i will consider this and have a look about this! thanks again.



Joshua Comments:

Hi Claire.

Keep me updated.

Apr 16, 2012
12 with wrist tendonitis, thanks for the really good info
by: N

Hi I'm 12 and i have tendonits in my right wrist really bad that i have 2 right with my left hand and i also have it in my left hand but not as bad and the artical that u put online was really good and i was happy that it gave some really good info thank you.


Joshua Comments:

You're welcome N.

How are things feeling now?

Make sure to be ice dipping and eating plenty of protein and not a lot of sugar and white flour.

Dec 11, 2016
Wrist tendonitis at 11 years old
by: Alyssa

Hi, Im 11.

If i were to describe my pain it was like wrist tendonitis. It hurts really bad. It hurts to even pull up my pants.

At first I thought it was carpel tunnel, but i thought that i was to young. My pain is a sharp pain that shoots from my thumb, through my wrist, and into my elbow.


Joshua Comments:

Hi Alyssa.

Tendonitis and Carpal Tunnel Symptoms are showing up in kids at younger and younger ages.

This is primarily due to nutritional insufficiency, from eating processed foods and low-density nutrition.

So their bodies don't have the nutrition it needs to work properly.

See Related: 10 Year Old With Wrist Pain And Numbness In Fingers

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