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I have had extreme pain for almost two years when hitting a golf ball to the point where couldn't play in any club competitions in 2017 and have only attempted a few this year. The pain is on the ulnar side of the wrist around the pisiform and PT joint. I have had an X-ray, MRI scan and two CT scans which have all come back 'fine' and therefore the two consultants I have seen have been unable to diagnose what the problem is. Day to day activities are not affected, there isn't any pain when pressing around the affected areas (making the consultants job even harder) but the pain when trying to play golf is unbearable. I have recently been given an ultrasound guided steroid injection but 10 days later it doesn't feel any different. As you can appreciate this is so frustrating given the length of time I have had the injury and the fact nobody seems to be able to diagnose it. Has anyone else had something similar??? I have spent hours and hours over the past 18 months trying to self-diagnose from the internet but given the complexity of the wrist and hand it is impossible. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. Ps. TFCC has been ruled out. Thanks