(Closed) Slightly NWR: Tendonitis?

posted 7 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
18628 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

Have you tried compression and immobility.  That is what helps me the most when I have problems like that with my ankles.

Post # 4
9763 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2012

I’ve had tendonitis in my arm and shoulder and while it did hurt, I certainly wouldn’t call it excruciating. I’d go see a doctor!




Post # 5
1360 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

Well, have you taken recently or are on antibiotics or any other medications, specifically cholesterol meds or diuretics?

If not, it could become a cronic condition. Do you feel like a specific finger gets “stuck”? Either flexing or extending it. I’m not sure how to explain it better, you can have it actually click in a certain movement and can only dislodge it by moving it with the other hand OR it could just be pain in one specific finger, even when it is passively moved (ie moved by someone else or by the other hand). Note that if you are not moving the finger in any way it shouldn’t hurt.

The usual course of action (where I live) is going to an orthopedic surgeon, he will inject medication, usually strong corticosteroids, directly into your hand in a specific location. This can be done no more than two or three times depending on the surgeon’s preference. If it continues to happen you will need surgery, here it is minor surgery, an ambulatory procedure that is in fact very VERY simple, but hopefully it doesn’t come to that.

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