What is ulnar wrist pain?
Ulnar wrist pain occurs on the outside (pinkie-finger side) of your wrist. The ulna is the arm bone that ends at the wrist on this side.
What are the signs and symptoms of a medical problem of the ulnar wrist?
Ulnar wrist pain, while at rest or with movement, is a common sign of many different injuries and medical conditions. Common signs and symptoms of ulnar wrist pain include:
- Pain on the pinkie-finger side of the wrist
- Popping or clicking noise in your wrist associated with sharp pain with movement
- Loss of strength in the hand when gripping strongly, associated with pain
- Loss of movement at the wrist especially with rotation of the forearm and with lateral movement of the wrist towards the pinky side (ulnar deviation)