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Apr 26, 2013, 3:19 PM

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Re: [onceahardman] Weird new injury.
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On my right hand, at the bottom of my palm, on the side further from my thumb, where the palm meets the wrist. It's most sensitive there but the numbness/tingling/warm and fuzzy feeling extends maybe an inch up and down from there (in the direction of my forearm and towards my fingertips) is where it's more acute. It's not on the side of my palm/wrist it is about 3/4 of an inch from the side of my palm going inwards on the bottom of my palm where it meets the wrist.

The same feeling but to a much lesser degree continues to my fingertips and maybe 6 inches up my forearm.

It happened 48 hours ago and it is worse today than it was yesterday.

Usually when I've seen doctors for connective tissue injuries in the past (elbow tendonitis/osis whatever, 10 pulley injuries, lateral collateral on both knees, medial epicondilytis) they simply say that I should stop climbing until it goes away. So I stopped seeing one.

I've never had the tingling thing before though, just pain with the previous injuries so I thought I should look into it. My GF is a RN and she said to go to the insta-care right by my office here.

I was connective tissue injury free for 3 years before this! While climbing harder than ever.... I thought I finally had it beat, lol! I wasn't even doing a hard move just had my wrist in a unusual position.


(This post was edited by flesh on Apr 26, 2013, 3:27 PM)



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