I have a tendonitis here. Stopped gym for 6 weeks but this did not get rid of it.

I have a tendonitis here. Stopped gym for 6 weeks but this did not get rid of it. It is not super painful but I don't want to frick it up even more. What can I do to get rid of this?

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

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  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    stop sitting on your computer that much. That is the likely cause of it, and the extra stress from lifting is what made it to much. Use your mouse with the other hand for a while. Its over use. Dont over use it anymore on pc

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I work only once a week in an office and I barely use a pc in my private time

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        ok then its likely weight lifting induced. Reduce intensity/work load. This is a fundamental skill that you as a lifter should learn and there is really nothing more to say about it. https://www.barbellmedicine.com/blog/pain-in-training-what-do/

        Its not that hard you'll get it.

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Get one of these.
    You need to promote bloodflow to the area for better healing.
    Don't use it if it's sharp pain, a aching pain should be fine.

    I had a real bad wrist pain, numbing two of my fingers. When it ecentually settled down enough I rehabbed with a ball like that. Best thing you'll ever buy for 20bucks.
    Get one with the spring start.

  4. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Start working out again with lower intensity and load and gradually work on your wrist range of motion over time

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Start working out again with lower intensity and load and gradually work on your wrist range of motion over time
      but slowly loading back up moron bench or dumb fricking pushups that injured his hypothetical (he ain't real bot, it's all in ur "mind" lol) wrist is not an solution, u are telling him to go on frick urself more even before he healed
      >well ya lift ya get pains and aches, that's how it goes
      for u bot, because u pretend to be moron, my shoulders are bulletproof my hands and wrists have never been stronger nor healthier, ditto for chest and it's eternal tendon - since i stopped benching, pushus and any kind of push motion, i also stopped all the dumber than though pulling motions but that's another story

      to the imaginary OP:
      u did it to yourself, and u're about to do it again fool

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You're a moron and a homosexual
        Starting low and gradually pushing your limits is how you become more mobile and how you hone your technique

  5. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I saw a physio for similar symptoms and it was actually a TFCC injury, I would recommend you go to a physio too. I took 3 weeks off upper body, didn't fix it, then I bit the bullet and saw one.

    Currently they've got me using tape to hold my pisiform back, can now wrist curl with zero pain. But I'm not done rehabbing yet.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      yeah same I got a tfcc injury and now all I can do is hammer grip.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      btw can you please post a photo of how they've taped it?

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  10. 4 weeks ago
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    >check shoulder neck
    >check arm
    >check forearm
    Literally only a few places it could be dude.

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  12. 4 weeks ago
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    Tendonitis is a weird mistress. It always goes away. But I can't ever seem to understand what cured it.
    Resting/inactivity doesn't help tho.

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  15. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25360832/#:~:text=Previous%20studies%20have%20shown%20beneficial,slowness%20of%20the%20recovery%20process.

    Try green tea and glycine. There isnt robust scientific evidence supporting its efficacy but anecdotally this has helped me. Even if it does nothing, both are healthy for you, so you’ve got nothing to lose in trying it out (except the price of glycine supplements).

  16. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    lift much lower weights
    keep doing exercises that don’t affect it
    a wrist issue doesn’t stop leg day

  17. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Never had that one so I don't know how to fix it but this has helped me with some things:

    ?si=EWBWPsP_JDMFknup

    I have had some injuries that were bastards to heal and took a lot of consistent low intensity work.

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  21. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You have a TFCC injury homie, research accordingly

  22. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Stopping the gym never fixes this.

    If the movement doesn't hurt, then you're good. If the movement hurts a little bit, use wrist wraps. If it still hurts then lower the weight, otherwise you're good.

    Shit takes months to go away, but it'll probably be fine if you wrap them up.

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  34. 4 weeks ago
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    I had tendonitis similar to yours but on the inside my wrist. I dealt with it for a couple of months, tried skipping the gym and stretches but that didn't help. I had to go to the ~~*doctor*~~ and it was a quick shot and I was back in the gym with zero pain later that day. Sorry I don't have a cheap solution for you OP but it is quick.

    • 4 weeks ago
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      What did he give you?

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        A shot of something right into the tendon. I dont remember what actual drug it was.

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        probably a steroid injection. My doc told me he could do that but those can also potentially damage the tendon even more so I just let it heal on its own. I would rather take esoteric advice from IST shitposts than a dumbass doctor. I'm smarter than the fricking doctor.

  35. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I have the same in the exact same place, slipped and fell on my ass back in 2016, tried to catch myself with my hand and sprained my wrist. Still like this today, if I don't do anything it's painless, but if I apply pressure in the wrong direction I have pains for at least a few days
    I can't do chin up or use a straight bar for curls anymore

  36. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm doing this

    ?si=E7qyxoJYLQJH5FIz

    Let's see if it works. guy is ESL but whatever, seems like a sensible plan and matches what my shitty physio said but with explanations and is slightly more targeted so seems legit

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Will try this before going the dr shekelstein

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        doctor will probably tell you to see a physiotherapist anyway

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  40. 4 weeks ago
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    I had some shit going on in that part not painful though it was weak hanging from a bar fixed it like dead hangs but if it hurts idk

  41. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I had this last year. It didn't hurt a lot but I knew I didn't want to mess it up. I stopped boxing, playing tennis, golf, etc. Using a computer too much is also bad for it. I left it alone for months and then I tried to do stuff again and it was still inflamed, so I finally went to the doctor where I totally just got gypped.

    The butthole just confirms to me that it was indeed a tendon thing, but he couldn't be 100% sure where the real injury was, it could be in the tendon or the sheath or whatever. an MRI might have shown it but he basically told me to stay off of it and take fricking ibuprofen, which would limit inflamation, even though as I understand it inflammation is a necessary part of a healing process.

    My tendon is fine now, but it took 6 fricking months, in that time I focused more on running and swimming and stuff. I started lifting again but making sure nothing I did aggravated the tendon at all, and if it did, I stopped immediately. So curls became hammer curls only, I stopped using certain grip variations on pullups, etc.

    I asked a question about this in the archive, if you look for wrist tendonitis stuff you will probably find it. I also massaged the area regularly, as well as making sure to keep exercising and performing various stretches. good luck anon

  42. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Why the frick would you stop going to the gym
    You work around it and don't do exercises that aggravate it
    The worst thing you can do is nothing, doesn't heal that shit at all. Need to get blood moving and do physical therapy exercises to help heal

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  46. 4 weeks ago
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    Stop eating grains/sugar and the inflammation will go away in a week.

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    Wrist wrap

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  54. 4 weeks ago
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    >Stretch
    >Ice
    >Don't use
    >See a doctor if it keeps up

  55. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >stopped gym for 6 weeks because of wrist tendonitis
    the problem is you're a pussy bro. stop worrying about wrist and hand pain or you will NEVER make it. there's plenty of lifts you could do pain free first of all, and you could push through wrist pain and be fine anyways. knee or elbow tendonitis, yeah i would baby it but not wrist or hand. it will magically go away on it's own mark my words.

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