Pain in the hands... any advise

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    Have some pain in the palm of my hands when I lift. Primarily when I do bench, but can feel it other times as well. Hurts so bad that I have had to lower the weight and use straps to do the lifts... any ideas what this is?

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    You might have bruised your palms or something. If you don't already wear gloves I would pick up a pair with a thick pad on the palm and see if that helps. If not you might need to take it easy with the bench for a little.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimJames
    Have some pain in the palm of my hands when I lift. Primarily when I do bench, but can feel it other times as well. Hurts so bad that I have had to lower the weight and use straps to do the lifts... any ideas what this is?
    Is this a cutaneous pain or is it muscular? Have you had any trauma to your underarm region? Have you been on crutches lately?
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    Does it shoot up towards your elbow wraping around your forearm? If so, I had the same pain and it took a good 3 months to go away cause I kept pushing it. Dont do what I did!!
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    I would have to say the pain is muscular. Sometimes, depending on what I am doing... using a screwdriver or something like that... the pain will shoot through my palm and my fingers. Almost like an electric shock but not up my arm at all.
    I haven't been on crutches or anything like that, no trauma either. I actually just finished my first cycle of test e/dbol.
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    might be arthiwrongis. ain't nuttin right about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimJames
    I would have to say the pain is muscular. Sometimes, depending on what I am doing... using a screwdriver or something like that... the pain will shoot through my palm and my fingers. Almost like an electric shock but not up my arm at all.
    I haven't been on crutches or anything like that, no trauma either. I actually just finished my first cycle of test e/dbol.

    any fingers in particular?
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    maybe the first 2 starting with my index finger...
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    After doing some research on arthritis, I don't think it is that. The pain is in the palm of my hands and then shoots up through my fingers when I agrivate the pain in the palm. I don't really have any joint pain at this point.
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