A member asked:

I am experiencing wrist pain, finger numbness, finger tingling, hand pain, unable to grip (hands), numbness or tingling, hand numbness, joint swelling, wrist weakness, hand weakness, and finger weakness.

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Dr. Ralph Boling answered

Specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology

syndrome, is a condition where the nerves in the arm/wrist area are crowded and compressed. The bones in arm/wrist area, radius and ulna, form a channel for the nerves and blood vessels. Inflammation or edema can cause enough pressure to impede the function of the nerves. Medications, braces, and surgery are options. See you doctor to get an exam and treatment plan.

Answered Mar 15, 2020



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