People with carpal tunnel syndrome often feel as though their hands or fingers are swollen. When the doctor checks them, however, they find no evidence of swelling or inflammation during physical examination. In some cases, minor swelling actually occurs above the wrist, but most people report the feeling in the fingers where the numbness occurs.
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