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2 months ago I went to Muay Thai training session. I forgot my bandages and went on training. After the session I felt a little bit of pain in my wrist. The next day I had BJJ training. Everything went fine till the next morning, the pain in my wrist increased.

I can still feel the pain today. Would postponing the training sessions help? What do you recommend?

Kindly yours

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I'm not pro medical but my metacarpals injury lasted for 3 months (I didn't postpone sessions). –  teodozjan Dec 5 '12 at 11:05
    
You haven't described the pain. –  slugster Dec 5 '12 at 11:47
    
If I turn with my wrist I can feel it. I can't do push ups because the pain is really annoying. I feel pain when there is pressure on my wrist. I hope this is enough. –  jitsCode Dec 5 '12 at 12:45
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I'm not sure that this question belongs in MA:SE. You're asking for medical advice, not the advice of an experienced martial artist. You may wish to consider revising the question to highlight martial arts (for example, "What BJJ techniques will not strain my metatarsals?", or "How can I adapt my BJJ training to compensate for an injured wrist?"). –  Mark C. Wallace Dec 5 '12 at 14:24
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Lets see, a few months ago I suffered an injury. It hasn't healed and is impacting my training negatively. What should I do? I know, I'll ask the intertubes! Go to a doctor and get it checked already. –  JohnP Dec 5 '12 at 15:06
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I recommend you go to see either a doctor or a physiotherapist.

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