Carpel tunnel--are symptoms hand tingling and finger spasms?

Yes. Twitching is a possible symptom, though not that common. Most common are tingling in the thumb, index, middle and half of the ring finger. Night pain is also common. You should be evaluated.
Yes and no. Typical carpal tunnel symptoms are numbness and tingling. The fingers most affected are the thumb, index, middle, and ring fingers. Finger spasms may be related, but could also be from a different cause.

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Experiencing tingling in tips of index & middle fingers of both hands. Present almost constantly. Not result of flexed/extended wrist. Carpal tunnel?

Maybe. Tingling to those fingers are usually associated with a nerve irritation. If you trace the nerves back, it can mean a local only irritation at the wrists, which can be carpal tunnel. It is not uncommon to have carpal tunnel in both hands. But, usually, it is associated with a flexed wrist. Other sources include irritation as the nerves leave the spine, at the brachial plexus, or spine. Read more...
Possibly. Carpal tunnel causes numbness and tingling in median nerve distribution to the thumb, index, long and radial half of the ring finger. Therefore this could be early symptoms of carpal tunnel. Read more...

Why does my little finger have a tingling sensation? Carpal tunnel?

Pinched nerve. This is most likely a pinch nerve, either in the neck or in the elbow from a condition called cubital tunnel syndrome. I would start with a hand surgeon for an evaluation. Read more...
Unlikely. This is unlikely because the little finger is not innervated by the median nerve which is compressed in carpal tunnel syndrome. However it could be due to other nerve compression syndromes such as occurs in guyon's canal. Read more...
No. This usually the sister to carpal tunnel. It is called cubital tunnel. It can involve the ring finger as well. Read more...