hi there i smaked my hand in to the wall last week and now it hurts and there is like no bruise

and it hurts in 2 places
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replied August 14th, 2007
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Re: Smacked My Hand In to the Wall
charmedwitch wrote:
hi there i smaked my hand in to the wall last week and now it hurts and there is like no bruise

and it hurts in 2 places


Did you feel pain constantly last week and did the pain require taking strong painkillers?
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replied August 15th, 2007
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MandMs wrote:
charmedwitch wrote:
hi there i smaked my hand in to the wall last week and now it hurts and there is like no bruise

and it hurts in 2 places


Did you feel pain constantly last week and did the pain require taking strong painkillers?




hi there when i hit in to the wall there wasnt much pain and i did not require painkillers but this week when i touch it ,
it hurts
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Re: Smacked My Hand In to the Wall
charmedwitch wrote:
MandMs wrote:
charmedwitch wrote:
hi there i smaked my hand in to the wall last week and now it hurts and there is like no bruise

and it hurts in 2 places


Did you feel pain constantly last week and did the pain require taking strong painkillers?




hi there when i hit in to the wall there wasnt much pain and i did not require painkillers but this week when i touch it ,
it hurts


Hi charmedwitch! Does your hand hurts when you do daily activities? If it hurts and if it's swollen i'll suggest you to visit you doctor and x-ray it, but if you can handle the pain, probably only the soft tissues of your hand are stressed. So your doctor will suggest you some creme and light massages.
I hope you'll be felling much better soon!
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ok thanks

Hi charmedwitch! Does your hand hurts when you do daily activities? If it hurts and if it's swollen i'll suggest you to visit you doctor and x-ray it, but if you can handle the pain, probably only the soft tissues of your hand are stressed. So your doctor will suggest you some creme and light massages.
I hope you'll be felling much better soon![/quote]
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