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2005/07/28 12:39:30 (permalink)
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forearm pain

got a dull ache which feels like its almost in the bone. If I have my palm facing away from me then the pain starts about 2inches from my wrist and runs up the outside edge of my arm up to the elbow.

Ice seemed to help last night. Its worse as I put more strain on it, its not unbearable or anything just annoying and I have full movement.

any ideas ?

Paul
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    RE: forearm pain 2005/07/28 12:45:28 (permalink)
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    sound alittle like a strained legament(god i know thats spelt wrong!!), happinned to me this time last year, can take a good time to go away fully. If youve got a wrist strap id advise wering it 24/7, can help take the stresses off the everyday things.
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    RE: forearm pain 2005/07/28 12:52:42 (permalink)
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    thats what I thought a wrist strap. I have noticed Deadlifts and any DB work seems to particularly make it worse. The other week it almost felt like I had grazed the skin, very odd sensation.

    yesterday even changing gear whilst driving seemed to aggrevate it. I have had it before and it has cleared up within a month.

    Where can I get a strap from ????

    what about iboprufen gel ??

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    RE: forearm pain 2005/07/28 13:00:07 (permalink)
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    the gel is quite good but i wont actully help the healing processm although it great for dring and stuff (i had it in my right forarm so yes, sterring the wheel set it off a few times very annoying), getting a strap can actually be very hard, try your pharmacy, but describe to the pharmacaists that you need one specifically to help with the wrist ( i know thats not where the pain is but its where the the movement would trigger the pain), hot water from a high pressure shower head can help too alot.

    If you can actually get your hands on some iboprufen tablest would help greatly, but i think these have judst been removed from the market, but i think their is a replacment to them.
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    RE: forearm pain 2005/07/28 13:11:18 (permalink)
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    iboprufen tablets are available everywhere
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    RE: forearm pain 2005/07/28 13:20:36 (permalink)
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    i think they might have changed them slightly, the onyl reason i say is my dads a pharmacist and he was talking about it, cause he knows alot of people with arthritus that rely on it quite abit, either they are changeing its contents, or they are swapping to Brufen, cant remmeber the reason for the change.
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    RE: forearm pain 2005/07/28 13:28:39 (permalink)
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    I've had this before mate. Had to stop bicep isolation moves for a while and it took a few months before I was back up to speed.
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