Sharp shooting pain in my right wrist?

Well, I am a. Neurologist, so i always want to blame this type of thing on carpal tunnel syndrome; however, if you are having pain, i would ask if you fell onto your hand recently and make sure that you did not fracture a bone in your hand. Check with your regular doctor first, take it from there.

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I keep getting sharp shooting pain in my right wrist I was diagnosed with carpal tunnel in 2010 and had the surgery already what could it be doing?

Nerve pain. There are times when scar tissue causes intermittent pressure on a nerve going through the tunnel, or tendons are not sliding through as free as they should. I advice you discuss this with your surgeon. Read more...
Neuritis. You may have compression neuritis or tendonits of the wrist. In any case, you should be checked by an orthoped surgeon. Ok to use advil or aleve (naproxen) if you are not allergic. Read more...
Fibrosis and. Recurrence can occur if the surgery was done endoscopically. A nerve conduction study with an inching study can help sort this out. Talk with your doctor. Read more...