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Darknight

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On 26 Feb i think i was armbarred and heard a popping noise at the elbow. It is still painful on the inside when i fully stretch my arm

a - is this normal ?
b - anything i can do to stop the pain ?
 

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On 26 Feb i think i was armbarred and heard a popping noise at the elbow. It is still painful on the inside when i fully stretch my arm

a - is this normal ?
b - anything i can do to stop the pain ?
a) yes, quite normal, you've been arm barred, they are supposed to hurt, it is healthy is a different question
b) yes stop stretching it
 

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^This but with the stretching.
 

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Guy goes to the Dr complaining that it hurts everywhere he touches.

Turns out his finger is broke.
 

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This is your second thread about injuries. It's martial arts it happens. Stretch and tap early and rest when needed and you'll be fine if not then the doctors are what's needed not a martial art forum
 

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Yeah that's normal tap earlier.



Drop, he may not have even known an armbar was a potential thing at the right instant and the other dude might have slammed into it. But, yeah... be aware of what the other dude can do to you and be ready to give it up if you Get Got.
 

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This is your second thread about injuries. It's martial arts it happens. Stretch and tap early and rest when needed and you'll be fine if not then the doctors are what's needed not a martial art forum

No one cares about his finger or his elbow, and he really needs not to bother medical staff with this.
 
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