I have suffered lower back pain for ten years now. I am 27! Just so no-one tries to tell me to do things I have already tried / am trying, I have made a list below of treatments and exercises I have ...
yes if you sever some of the motor nerves that innervate the fingers.
yes, you can damage nerves that will impair the usage of your hand and fingers
If your cutting your wrists are you trying to kill yourself? If you really were trying to kill yourself then why would you care about imparing the usage of your hand? Why would you be cutting your wrists if you weren't tring to kill yourself? How about you just don't do it or worry about it, then everyone can be happy.
yes, if you cut a tendon or nerve
If you cut deep enough, yo can lose control or feeling in the hand
It's a worry, isn't it?
Will cutting your neck cause your brain to cease functioning?
I think so...
I HAVE A FRIEND THAT DID, BUT SHE DIDN`T LOSE CONTROL OF HER FINGERS!
Yep. Some mighty important tendons run through the wrist. Hold your wrist up in front of your face, then clench and unclench your fist.
See what I mean?
The answer to this question depends on how deep you cut when you cut your wrist. The flexor tendons (the structures that pop up in your wrist when you clench your fist) don't lie very deep in the wrist. If you just cut through the skin, you wouldn't injure the tendons. As you cut deeper, you have a greater and greater risk of injuring the tendons, and eventually the median nerve, which lies approximately in the center of the wrist. Of course, this answer presumes you cut across the wrist. If you cut lengthwise, you might go between two tendons, cut one in half lengthwise, etc. Better not to cut your wrist in the first place, as the repair doesn't always give you 100% return of function and sensation, especially if you damage the median nerve.
It sure can. Watch your wrist as you wiggle your fingers. Those things that are popping up and down are the tendons that control your finger movement.
yes if you sever nerves,I cut my ginger 7 years ago with a steak knife it was only about 1/2 in deep and my finger is permanently numb in that area,so yes and then if you cut leaders and nerves it could be a very bad citation
In cutting the wrist, you can cut into the tendons which pull and push your fingers via your muscles, thus rendering your digits unusable.
yes, if you cut a nerve.
Hmmm i'm not trying to be a smart *** so dont u be a dumb *** if you cut your wrist dont you think your going to lose some sort of control to your fingers your cutting your nerves. Nerves is what makes them move