The wrist pain may be due to the following causes-
Tendonitis is a common problem that can cause wrist pain and swelling. Wrist tendonitis is due to inflammation of the tendon sheath. Treatment of wrist pain caused by tendonitis usually does not require surgery.
Wrist sprains are common injuries to the ligaments around the wrist joint. Sprains can cause problems by limiting the use of our hands.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is the condition that results from dysfunction of one of the nerves in the wrist. In carpal tunnel syndrome the median nerve is compressed, or pinched off, as it passes through the wrist joint and causes severe pain.
A wrist fracture is a common orthopedic injury which may cause pain.
You should get an evaluation done.
The other night I was in the shower and rubbing the bump. I heard a loud *pop* and the bump was gone. I think something was dislocated and now back in place. I went to a doctors office and they did x-rays and saw nothing out of the ordinary. My hand is still swollen to this day but I found something odd today. The swelling has become "more stiff" I guess. And today I rubed it as usual and it was like a gel inside my hand. I could move it and leave the swelling where I want. It is not normal! What could this be?