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Weʼre raising £300 to help afford for private hospital treatment.

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when i was 7/8 yrs old i broke my wrist doing gymnastics. Since that day ive had constant pains. I was told i may have problems with the tendons. The hospitals and gp are refusing to give me stronger pain killers and any further treatment. Its been 10years since i damaged my wrist.

I cant do many of things such as - hold my duaghter, do my daily activities such as bath, get dressed, cooking. Its impossible for me to hold anything in my hand. Every year its been getting worse. i cry everyday thoughtout the night. The only thing that would make me a happy person again would be able to move and use my wrist again & get proper treatment for my injurd wrist.

Ive tired everything from: ice, splint, bandage, rest, gel, regular over the counter painkillers. Nothing is helping. I has constsant swelling in my hand.

I am hoping to go privetly for treatment, as this is my last option. The consolation is £250 - £300.

am in need of help trying to raise at least £300 for privet hospital treatment. due to no doctors or hosptals helping me with my bad wrist pain (possible tendonitus)

if you can help in anyway possible i would be greatly appreciated.

please pleasr help with getting the funds i need to be happy and better again.

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