Wrist pain is often caused by sprains or fractures which are the result of an injury. It can also result from long-term problems, such as repetitive stress, arthritis, and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Wrist pain can happen to anyone.
Following injury, your wrist may be swollen, bruised and painful due to the damage to the soft tissues such as ligaments, tendons, muscles, etc. Osteoarthritis pain is often described as being similar to a dull toothache. While carpal tunnel syndrome usually causes a pins-and-needles feeling or a tingling sensation, especially at night, Solpadeine is not advised for the treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome and you should seek advice from your GP about this condition.
When you damage any part of your wrist, the pain can make it difficult to use your wrist and hand comfortably. However, minor sprains and strains usually respond to ice, rest and over-the-counter pain medications.
Try to avoid playing any type of sporting activity.