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    Hi all

    Punched someone today in the wrong way and messed up my hand somehow, and I was wondering if this is relatively normal and how long I can expect it to persist.

    It's just painful to put pressure on it, move my fingers around a lot, etc.

    I don't think it's fractured or anything but it's quite painful and I can't really write at the moment. I have an exam on Tuesday so I'm really worried it will persist.
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    Hi all

    Punched someone today in the wrong way and messed up my hand somehow, and I was wondering if this is relatively normal and how long I can expect it to persist.

    It's just painful to put pressure on it, move my fingers around a lot, etc.

    I don't think it's fractured or anything but it's quite painful and I can't really write at the moment. I have an exam on Tuesday so I'm really worried it will persist.
    Can't diagnose you here obviously but go to your local minor injuries centre or out of hours GP, it needs looking at really before your exam if it's no better now. Also speak to your school or whoever first thing tomorrow and see if there's anything they can arrange so you don't have to write as much or at least can have rest breaks, I'm sure you won't have been the only one in this sort of situation. It'll work better if you've seen someone and know what's wrong from an evidencd point of view though and if anything's broken etc it needs looking at anyway. Good luck in your exam!
 
 
 
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