5 Responses to “What could cause forearm pain without a bruise and no pain from moving it?”

  1. Elizabeth says:

    You may have injured (pulled or strained) a muscle, tendon, ligament, or nerve. Most people assume that a muscle or tendon injury will cause pain when the affected area is moved, but there are many types of muscle strain and tendon injury that will not be painful during movement, but will be painful during rest or weight-bearing.

    In the arm there are several different muscle groups – some are used during movement, others are used to bear weight. It is possible that you have injured one of the muscles (or muscle groups, or tendons or nerves) that are used for weight-bearing activity but are not used for arm movement.

    Have you tried using ice or anti-inflamatory medications (Advil, Motrin, Aleve)? That may help to give you relief until you can see your doctor.

  2. thePTDEN says:

    @Isaak52689 I can see and understand how and why you have and would think this but remember if you have a grip slightly wider than shoulder and if you are pulling toward your body, than your wrist is now actually straight. The drip I suggested would not work if you had a close grip and your elbows are comming forward.

  3. Isaak52689 says:

    dude i feel like this would hurt the wrist

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