Numbness in last two fingers and carpal tunnel, what to do?

See a hand surgeon. Generally numbness in the ring and little fingers is not a sign of a carpal tunnel syndrome. Numbness in this distribution is much more likely due to a cubital tunnel syndrome which is compression of the ulnar nerve ( funny bone) at the inner part of the elbow.

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Had carpal tunnel done 10 weeks ago. Thumb and first two fingers are numb and third finger partially numb. Still have some pain. Edema is present?

Not good! . The object is 2 awaken with the symptoms gone. Could B due 2 a metabolic disorder, pregnancy, decreased vascular supply, diabetes & others. U need 2 get in 2 C Ur hand surgeon now. Another cause is incomplete release of the transverse volar carpal ligament. Even if a small strand is left, it can lead 2 continued symptoms. . Read more...
See your surgeon. You should be comfortable readdressing this with your hand surgeon. As you want to make sure that everything is OK, postoperatively after your carpal tunnel release. Particularly if the numbness is new or worse than what is was prior to surgery. Best of luck. . Read more...

I am 5 hrs postoperative carpal tunnel I have numbness of middle 4th and litle finger and palm. Is this normal?

Can be. Could be secondary to the local anesthetic that is used in carpal tunnel. Can also be from swelling. If it persists more than 24 hours call your surgeon. Read more...
A block. Is often given to numbthe area for the surgery and this may affect the adjacent fingers , the nerves sometimes to have pressure put on them. Routine surgery and sometimes there's going to be for short time and sometimes you don't realize that you may have had compression in another part of your and such is the ulnar nerve and now that the carpal tunnel was been treated you realize that the other fingers are starting him but he had not realized it. Read more...

Complete numbness in fingers and both sides of hand. Is this carpal tunnel syndrome, if not what is it?

See below: This could be carpal t syndrome plus cubital ts where the other nerve to the hand (ulnar) gets trapped at the elbow; and more rarely ulnar can get trapped at the wrist, on the little finger side. Also nerves getting pinched in the neck can also cause a similar picture. Read more...
By both sides of the. Hand f you mean the palm and the dorsum or top of the hand and all the fingers this is what is commonly knownin the hand as a glove ( in the foot--stocking) distribution and is not typically related to cts. However multiple nerve involvement or a more proximal source such as the neck or brachial plexus may have tingling that encompasses these areas as well . Read more...