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elbow - October 16th 2012, 11:44 PM

i broke my elbow back in last year i was in a full armcast and i went ti many doctors and has 2 MRIs and alot of xrays then. now months later it still hurts so bad i went to the doctor and got another MRI and it showed nothing so i have to go back to another ortho specialist idk whats wrong
   
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Re: elbow - October 17th 2012, 02:06 AM

Hopefully going to the specialist will provide you with answers. As we are not professionals here, nobody can diagnose you. All I can do is suggest it could be a repetitive stress injury which is basically your arm keeps moving in a certain way and this causes it to swell or hurt.

Often times after a severe injury such as a bad sprain or a broken bone, RSI's are very common.
   
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Re: elbow - October 17th 2012, 02:06 AM

Hopefully going to the specialist will provide you with answers. As we are not professionals here, nobody can diagnose you. All I can do is suggest it could be a repetitive stress injury which is basically your arm keeps moving in a certain way and this causes it to swell or hurt.

Often times after a severe injury such as a bad sprain or a broken bone, RSI's are very common.
   
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