A patient was diagnosed with Whatsappitis for the first time ever after spending six continuous hours on the chatting app. Ironically, the patient is a 34-year-old emergency medicine physician.
What’s Whatsappitis?, you might ask. Well, according to the very first diagnosis of the case, the patient suffered a sudden onset of bilateral wrist pain after spending too many hours of continuous texting. A finkelstein test revealed positive signs of sharp wrist pains, similar to Nintendinitis, a common diagnosis for patients who suffered wrist pains after playing too much Game Boy in the 90’s.
What’s the cure for Whatsappitis? Abstaining from texting and plenty of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.