1st Pain: Left Wrist, has an annoying pain on the back side of the main knot on my wrist but only when I turn my arm counter clockwise. I can feel it when I turn it and my palm is facing up and then any more slight turning. It has been this way for about 4 months at least.
2nd Pain: This just happened this morning. I couldn't pull up my socks on this morning without a shooting pain on the under side of my forearm in between my wrist and elbow. Also at lunch just holding a plate in my hand. It seems like it might be going away a little now.
Also I haven't done any lifting or excercise related activities with my arms.
Your supinator is the prime muscle which does the supination. You have mentioned the movement which is supination which is causing pain. There is another muscle involved at wrist which is brachiradialis.
The muscle runs in the forearm also and we suspect that you have an inflammation of the muscle and also pain near its insertion and origin.
This might have occured during your sleep with false position of the hand.
Rest and anti inflammatory drugs should be tried or else an orthopaedician examination is required.
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