Thread: Wrist pain
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05-28-2010, 01:34 PM
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Originally Posted by TheHMan View Post
You might want to try Ibuprofen instead of Tylenol. Tylenol is pretty effective for removing general pain, but Ibuprofen is an anti-inflammatory as well and it can help with joint pain and any other muscle aches you might get along the way. I found it's better for me anyway, and I used it when I had Shin Splints.

I'd also do some range of motion exercises with the wrists and make sure you stretch them (don't overdo it though). Given the fact that your pain goes away, it could be just weakness and inflammation that's caused by an activity you're not used to. If it's something that you're constantly tweaking and won't go away after a week of rest then it could be an actual injury.
Don't they have any Gel's for joint and muscle pain? In Finland we've got "Mobilat" which is pretty damn effective for all kinds of joints, for example wristpain.

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