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I have a injury in my wrist ,i had it xrayed but have a week until my appointment ,in the mean time i cant put any weight on it,or move it certain ways and its very painful,i cant say how i injured

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You can get a hard wrist brace from the chemist shop and that will help immobilize the wrist until you can get a reading of the x-ray

Posted on May 02, 2017

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    Susan Phillips May 04, 2017

    Ty Bill ,I do havve and ive been wearing my wrist brace ,i cant figure out if it helps or not,that sounds strange im sure but it is true,any way the pain is getting worse not better.

  • Bill Boyd May 04, 2017

    forget the waiting list at the doctors --get to a hospital and have it diagnosed

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