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SYMPTOMS OF CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

CTS symptoms usually begin gradually without a specific injury. Numbness,
tingling and pain in the hand are common. You may experience an electric-like
shocking feeling. The thumb side of the hand is usually most involved. Symptoms
at night are common and may awaken you from sleep.

During the day, symptoms frequently occur with holding a phone, reading or
driving. Symptoms may occur at any time. Moving or shaking the hands often
helps decrease symptoms. Sometimes strange feelings and pain will travel up the
arm. Initially symptoms come and go, but over time they may become constant.
A feeling of clumsiness or weakness can make delicate motions like buttoning a shirt
difficult and may cause you to drop things. If the condition is very severe, muscles
in the palm may become visibly wasted.

Do you have any of these symptoms?

  • Pain, tingling and numbness in the fingers
  • Fingers that feel swollen
  • Pain from your hand up your arm, perhaps all the way to the elbow
  • Pain, tingling and numbness that is worse at night
  • Weakness in your hand and wrist
  • Waking up at night with feeling of numbness
  • Pain in hand and wrist
  • Loss of hand-grip strength
  • Dropping objects, clumsiness
  • Lost time at work, interruption of earnings
  • Loss of feeling in fingers/thumb
  • Loss of fine motor skills in hands
  • Have any of the above in both hands


THE HISTORY OF CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME ยป

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