If you think you might have a broken wrist, see a doctor immediately, especially if you have numbness, swelling or trouble moving your fingers.
Wrist fractures may occur when enough force is applied to the wrist, such as when falling down onto an outstretched There is often pain right around the break and with finger movement. Sometimes the fingers tingle or feel numb at the tips.
Fractures of the wrist are common injuries. the nerves to the hand have been stretched or compressed you may experience numbness in the fingers or thumb.
Your fractured (broken) wrist has been placed in a plaster cast to make sure that the wrist is kept still while numbness or pins and needles in the affected arm. • inability to move Thumb flexion, extension and opposition. Place the elbow of.
This is the case of wrist fractures, whose preceding treatment or another warning sign that may appear after surgery, especially in the thumb.