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Wrist, Hand, Carpal Tunnel Pain?

Wrist, Hand, Carpal Tunnel Pain?

Well it has gotten worse and I have them all. I can no longer do anthing with my hands...could this be arthritis, fibro, or both? I just ordered some compression gloves to try... what do you do for yours?

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Compression gloves have definitely helped me! I can actually do a lot with them on and the pain subsides to a dullness I can work with. Everyone’s pain level is different though so my dull may not be your level of dull. Hope they alleviate your pain!

posted 6 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

My thumb and right hand but especially thump and first finger and left hand/wrist...aching, swelling. Doctor thinks it's arthritis and the fibro. I wear a hard brace during the day but kind of hard to use my hands. I wear a soft one st night especially if it is swollen. Also use an ice wrap that goes around hand and wrist. Compression gloves if I need and can do work around the house.

posted 6 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Ive had bilateral carpal tunnels surgeries in 2018. Mine kept me up at nite and was dropping things, hard to drive had to switch hands all time. I do compression gloves even now at nite especially in winter. The pain is back in left but that one was the worst and i have problem w left shoulder and neck constant pain. The surgery isn't bad at all but pain is back on left side?! You should proly see dr.

posted 6 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I use wrist compression supports but going to try splints as the compression bands, altough support my wrist, will also cause pain in my whole thumbe area. I find resting it helps a lot

posted 6 months ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I find wrist splints with thumb immobilizers to be helpful. I have never tried compression gloves.

posted 6 months ago
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