Re: Hand Pain
the most likely cause is simple overuse of a muscle that you are not used to using?anytime we do something differently than normal(for us) we usually end up using a muscle while doing it that just is not used to moving that way or being stretched the way it gets stretched,and it can easily become strained just because the normal strength is not there.heat/cold(whatever actually feels better to you) and some sort of anti inflammatory would probably be your best bet at this point just trying to get the inflammation down.it is also possible that a nerve could be involved to somewhere within the wrist for pretty much the same reason.
i would just take it a bit easy with that hand for like a week and see how things go.if the anti inflammatory doesn't help,it could be something a bit more in depth that just needs evaluation by your doc.but i would just give it some time and see how things go from here.if this gets worse,you do need to seek out your doc a bit sooner rather than later.it could be more serious,but like i mentioned,it "most likely"is just a strain from overuse.hope all goes well for ya,let me know how things are going,K? **
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