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What can I do to prevent myself from getting carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms?
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Dr. Taro Kaibara
Neurosurgery
2 doctors agree
In brief: Avoid risk factors
Typical risk factors include weight gain, fluid retention, repetitive hand/wrist motions, etc.

In brief: Avoid risk factors
Typical risk factors include weight gain, fluid retention, repetitive hand/wrist motions, etc.
Dr. Taro Kaibara
Dr. Taro Kaibara
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Dr. Daniel Mass
Surgery - Hand Surgery
In brief: You cannot
There are things like ergonomic work stations and wrist splints at night.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is most common in women over fifty, overweight, diabetic or with thyroid or kidney disease. If you do not have these problems than your chance of getting cts is low.

In brief: You cannot
There are things like ergonomic work stations and wrist splints at night.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is most common in women over fifty, overweight, diabetic or with thyroid or kidney disease. If you do not have these problems than your chance of getting cts is low.
Dr. Daniel Mass
Dr. Daniel Mass
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