Ulnar collateral ligament injury occurs due to repeated trauma to the inside of the elbow. It causes soreness in the elbow, swelling, numbness and tingling, and pain while using the arm.
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Why does my elbow hurt when I carry some stuff?
Query: Hi doctor, I am a goalkeeper for soccer, and last night I was on the net, and my arm was fine. When I got home, my elbow was hurting, and it hurt when I used my arm like carrying stuff and trying to use it. I iced it all night, and this morning when I woke up, I iced it again. I had a tingling at t... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. It seems like an overuse injury to the muscles which bend the wrist and fingers. More bending activities of these joints can cause this. The damage leads to inflammation at the inside of the elbow and sometimes irritates the nerve passing around it, the Ulnar nerve. An... Read Full »