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I done some thing to my arms, i not sure what but when i try to paint for some reson my arm will move and i drop what i am holding, which hurts alot watching the model that took 5 trys to make break on the flour, any suggestions on what i could do?
Stop putting pressure on your arms. Give them a day to rest. Take some advil or aleve or something. And definitely go see the doctor if it keeps happening. Could be that you pinched a nerve, in which case it will go away. Or it could be blood clotting so...see the doctor if it doesn't go away lol.
cheers, i might do that
Get some medical attention and figure out what's wrong with your arms? :wacko:
I'd just brace yourself better, i.e. rest both elbows on a table or something, and paint over a counter or table or something so you don't drop the model onto the floor if it happens.
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Well I just say that, b/c something similar to that happened to my neighbor, and her arm filled up with fluid so they had to amputate it. I'm not trying to scare you, the chances of that are probably zero. In fact, don't listen to me.
cheers, thats good idea, i been doing a bit of research and it might be a RSI
have a steady place to rest both of your arms while painting and maby put a mouse pad under your elbows to relieve som of the pressure from them
the reason they took her arm was in that op they would of cut the nerve and her arm would basicly be dead, but if that is what i got, i deal with the pain. it got to hurt less than some nut cutting into my arm
Hi yes I agree with the others always seek a doc's advice on matters like that!
But if it turns out to be a nerve thing like twitching then I would do what a friend of mine used to do who had a very serious nervous twitch, he would secure the model to a cork or even a paint pot with blue tack and paint it secured to the table that way he could steady his right arm to paint and his left arm was free to twitch without throwing his model across the room!
Hope it turns out OK mate!
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