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Long-lasting pain in fingers and forearm after exercise

Posted by @valentinv, Dec 31, 2018

Two months ago I decided to do some push-ups (hands on the bed, legs on the floor). I suppose placing my hands on soft service caused some kind of strain because my fingers and forearm have been hurting ever since. The pain is mainly between the thumb and index finger in both hands, but other fingers are affected too. What I don't understand is why it takes so long to heal. It doesn't hurt too much, there is no swelling, but still I can't work out and this is driving me nuts.

Thanks for the advice in advance.

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@valentinv Have you seen your Dr? It might be tendenitis I had it in my wrist symptoms sound the same as I had

Hello @valentinv, it has been a few days from when you posted your issue, has the pain got any better? Are you concerned that maybe you pulled or tore a muscle/tendon? Are you a regular exerciser or decided to start something new?

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Hello @valentinv, it has been a few days from when you posted your issue, has the pain got any better? Are you concerned that maybe you pulled or tore a muscle/tendon? Are you a regular exerciser or decided to start something new?

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Doing push ups on soft surface, it turned out, places an enormous strain on the hand's tendons because the heel sinks too much. The pain has largely disappeared but even the slightest effort using my hands brings it back. I was a regular exerciser, up to the moment my hands started hurting.

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