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Pain in Wrists
I am having severe wrist pain for the past three months. This started in my last month of pregnancy and is still continuing. There is no swellings or movement issues. Its just paining badly.
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Approximately 30-50% of women may experience Carpal Tunnel Syndrome during their pregnancy . Prevention :- 1 Avoid any position or a activities that make the symptoms worse 2 Apply Ice over wrist for 1015 min ever
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Apply any analgesic spray & use crepe bandage 
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Dear it is common post pregnancy . Highly chances of quervains tenosynovitis. Mild gel massage and ristrict hand movements . For proper guidance consult on practo
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Do RA factor, CRP AND ESR TEST,Anti CCP
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will be pleased to help you. consult me on practo with reports
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Do Ra factor,CRP AND ERS TEST and consult through practo.
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