Even in the early stages, carpal tunnel syndrome can sometimes be painful. The pain is usually in the wrist, palm, and fingers, but in severe cases, it may travel to the shoulder. Pain patterns vary from person to person. Doctors are continuously researching to understand more about this condition.
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