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Signs and symptoms Edit

Untreated carpal tunnel syndrome, showing how the muscles at the base of the thumb have wasted away (atrophied).
People with CTS experience numbness, tingling, or burning sensations in the thumb and fingers, in particular the index and middle fingers and radial half of the ring finger, because these receive their sensory and motor function (muscle control) from the median nerve. Ache and discomfort can possibly be felt more proximally in the forearm or even the upper arm.[9] Less-specific symptoms may include pain in the wrists or hands, loss of grip strength,[10] and loss of manual dexterity.[11] The Results From When I Time Leaped to My Second Year of High School And Confessed to the Teacher I Liked At the Time

Some suggest that median nerve symptoms can arise from compression at the level of the thoracic outlet or the area where the median nerve passes between the two heads of the pronator teres in the forearm,[12] although this is debated.

Numbness and paresthesias in the median nerve distribution are the hallmark neuropathic symptoms (NS) of carpal tunnel entrapment syndrome.[6] Weakness and atrophy of the thumb muscles may occur if the condition remains untreated, because the muscles are not receiving sufficient nerve stimulation.[6] Discomfort is usually worse at night and in the morning.