If You See This On The Wrist Of Your Hand, Stop What You Are Doing Immediately And Call The Doctor. The Reason Is Scary!

Image result for If You See This On The Wrist Of Your Hand, Stop What You Are Doing Immediately And Call The Doctor. The Reason Is Scary!Due to constant use of our hands, wrist injuries are common, however, they may occur as a result as an inflammation.
Infections, broken bone, abnormal growths, tumors, and cysts, too. Even though not all of them are serious, you should learn to recognize the signs your body sends and know when to visit the doctor.

Arthritis, bursitis, bone fractures, strains, sprains, and tendinitis cause the wrists to swell. The reason behind it may be a malignant growth, thus you should better visit a doctor.

These are the main causes of wrist injuries:

Tenosynovitis – this is an inflammation of synovium, a fluid-filled sheath which surrounds the tendon. It is caused by a micro-trauma or stress, affecting those with physical jobs. The inflammation affects the short extensor in the thumb and the abductor muscle that thicken the ligament and damage the synovium.
Lipomas – they are benign tumors that appear on the wrists or the palm. They can be very debilitating and may render you not being able to extend the fingers. These enlargements are followed by increased sensitivity and pain.
Ganglions – these are lumps that are related to degeneration of synovial cyst, or another connective tissue of fibrous structure next to the joint (a tendon or ligament). It appears due to a past trauma. 50-70% of these lumps are ganglinomas and usually grow up to 2.5 cm in size.
Nodular tensynovitis – this issue is caused by tumor in the hand and appears on the thumb, index, and the medium finger usually, but may also appear on the shoulders, spine, knees, ankles, hip, and the wrist. They are painless, and only 21% of the patients reported pain.
D Quervain syndrome – this disease is unusual and causes swelling and soreness in the wrist, and also may cause nodules and cysts. The extensor ligament of the thumb is the affected part of the wrist and it is responsible for the thumb’s movements out- and upwards. This condition can thicken your ligaments up to 2 times its size, making the wrist movements very painful.
The cause and its severity dictates how the condition will be treated. Painkillers might help with the pain which is annoying, but if the issue is bigger, it might require a surgery. For this reason it is highly significant to recognize the issue on time and consult with a doctor for the adequate therapy.

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