Wrist tendonitis From Riding Motorcycle and Playing Video Games
The wrist pains started from right hand and then they were in the left hand too, I think it was because of the motorcycle, I bought one recently and I was putting too much weight on my wrists.
That along with computer games lead to severe wrist pains in my both hands around the bottom of the thumb and wrist.
Went to the doctor he gave me a split pain healed a lot he also gave me anti inflamatory meds Diclofenac 75mg.
Now, the pain hasn't gone completely even though it's 100 times better there is still that little pain which runs around my wrist "sometimes" I was even doing this exercise which I came across on youtube which involves you lowering a weight by stretching your wrist, I think that helped too.
It's been almost 4 months now. And I want to get rid of this pain for once and for all. I haven't been riding either.
Please reply with some suggestion as I found you're site and videos very helpful
I'm glad you're feeling better.
Hopefully you just have the lingering remnants of too tight muscle, a frightened for your safety nervous system, and a chronic Process of Inflammation
A. Ice Dip and Ice Massage as described on the How To Reduce Inflammation
Dig it in and around to break up tight connective tissue and to force inflammation out.
B. Magnesium may or may not be a player here. It's cheap to find out. Read the Magnesium for Tendonitis
page and make sure to read the Magnesium Dosage
link at the bottom for what kind and how much.
And/or, you can get some Magnesium Oil. From what I've seen so far, it will either help or it won't, depending on what exactly you have going on. Tendonitis
is a dynamic and can show up most anywhere, for very predictable reasons.
Also, read this Clutch Pain conversation.----------------------
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