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Carpal Tunnel Forearm Pain
Have "early sjogrens", fibro. Hand,forearm pain, tingling fits carpal tunnel but ok in am until use, hasnt woken me Just sjo, fibro pains? Dr ignored
May not be carpal: tunnel (CT). According to the theories of John Lyftogt, MD & as seen in my practice, not all 'carpal tunnel' is due to the classic median nerve entrapment.More importantly, diagnosis by dr. that truly understands peripheral neuropathy may provide best diagnosis & treatment.Starting w/neurologist may be helpful.The whole syndrome has me suspicious as Sjogrens, fibro, & CT DON'T have same cause. ...Read more
The carpal tunnel is formed by the bones, tissues, and ligaments of the wrist. This tunnel exists to protect the median nerve, which controls sensations and movement to the thumb and fingers (not including the little finger). Carpal tunnel syndrome is when the carpal tunnel is inflamed and swollen, which pinches the median nerve and results in feelings of numbness, decreased grip strength, and muscle ...Read more
Can wrist curls using dumbbells contribute to carpal tunnel syndrome? Trying to build up my forearms.
Is there anything besides carpal tunnel that can cause an electrical feeling in your hands and forearms
See Neurologist: Yes, carpal tunnel is specific to median nerve compression. If the ulnar nerve is compressed at the wrist(guyon tunnel) or at the elbow(cubital tunnel) then patients can have symptoms related to that. Other causes could be related to nerves being pinched in the neck area and these are called radiculopathies. In some patients diabetes or thyroid disease can cause symptoms. See a neurologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does this sound like carpal tunnel? I turn my wrist and I can feel pain in wrist, forearm, and bicep.
Carpal tunnel: Movement can cause carpal tunnel to worsen, but most common symptom is pain into hand, especially thumb, index and middle finger that will wake people up at night. The symptoms commonly are on the dominant hand and activities do make them worse. ...Read more
Five weeks ago, i had an endoscopic carpal tunnel surgery .I still feel a tightness in my wrist and forearm. It causes a lot of discomfort. What should I do?
Normal Swelling: Swelling may stll be present in the palm. It is not unusual for the palm to still fell a little bit full or tight. The normal indentation or inverted "v" that on sees when you look at your palm in profile may be absent. Some also feel a pulling sensation when the extend their wrists and it can feel like forearm tightness. Gentle stretching and massage can be helpful too. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sharp pain on left thumb & wrist & spread to forearm which makes it feel very heavy and numb occur most night.Is it carpal tunnel or nerve compression?
Could be CTS: It sounds like it could be carpal tunnel syndrome (cts)which is a type of nerve compression, but this will often affect other fingers rather than just the thumb. Is it on the lateral or outside of the thumb? It could be a tenosynovitis as well. If you look up a test called a finklestein test, you can check yourself and see if its that. If you have neck pain, it could also be a radiculitis. ...Read more
Wrist & forearm stiffness little finger sits on top of ring finger after foosh. X-ray clear MRI - degenerative tear tfcc ultrasound carpal tunnel?
Possible: A fall on outstretched arm may lead to a tear of the triangular fibrocartilage complex. It is also possible the tear predates the fall hence the term degenerative tear. It may not be possible at times to separate the differences between the two ...Read more
I have carpel tunnel possibly. I get random aches and pains w/ tingling in fingers. I notice a soft like lump on my forearm where I get the pain. ??
History, exam, tests: Carpal tunnel is caused by compression of a nerve in the wrist. It usually diagnosed by looking at the history of the symptoms, including the areas affected, timecourse of the symptoms, as well as alleviating and exacerbating factors. Doctors also look for patterns of sensory or motor loss, as well as response to treatment. Electrical testing, (e.g. Emg or nerve conduction study), can also help. ...Read more
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