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I am a physically active male, 47 years old. There is intense pain in my forearm, only while in certain angles. When I lift a reasonably heavy dumbbell perpendicularly from adjacent to my ear. My left hand does it easy but my right arm is unable to do so. I cannot pinpoint where the pain is and hence not analgesic can be used. I also ride a two wheeler. Is this like a form of tendonitis or plain muscle injury? Should I see a orthopaedic surgeon about this issue or a sports doctor?

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your symptoms are definitely indicating towards tendonitis. ice application will help in dis situation.
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Hi Please start using an ice pack over the forearm just two fingers below the elbow for 15 minutes and do it thrice a day for three days. If it doesn't go, please visit an orthopaedic. Take care.
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