Now its my wrists and thumbs

    • Anonymous
      January 14, 2007 at 1:17 pm

      And I do mean just now. Pruned seven roses back in my garden, and when I came in for a glass of water, I couldn’t lift the glass! Scary. So far, I’ve been weak but nothing like this. Why do these things always happen on a Sunday?

    • Anonymous
      January 15, 2007 at 9:18 am

      Yesterday while removing old labels from 3.5 inch disks my hands would cramp. But this is something I don’t normally do. So that might be why it happened.

    • Anonymous
      January 15, 2007 at 11:46 am

      My hands have improved alot, but they’re still not all there. My range of motion in the wrists used to make it awkward for me to try to eat. I can do some of my hobbies now and I have LEARNED that OVERUSE can cause my fingers to buckle and my hands to cramp and lose “my normal” grip. If resting your arms and hands for a few days helps, then you probably did overuse. For me, I’ll tolerate the constant aches, rather then give up my crafts.