Hand Pain May Be Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Often occurring for unknown reasons, carpal tunnel syndrome is best addressed early.

Pain and numbness in your wrist and hand may be a sign of arthritis, but it could also be carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS). The classic symptom that separates CTS from arthritis is waking up at night with numbness and tingling mainly in the thumb and index and ring fingers, but not the little finger.
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