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Extreme Hand Pain

I sleep soundly all night, but I awaken with extreme pain in my right hand, especially.  It lasts for a few minutes, I rise with some lesser pain, which works out as I prepare breakfast, etc.  Some days I have very little discomfort in my hands; other days, it's more.  No numbness.  Can this be carpel tunnel, or what?
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1667242 tn?1487950547
Carpal tunnel would have been my first guess also. But with that there is usually some parenthesis (pins and needles) along the distribution of your medial nerve.
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U need to notice if u sleep wrong hand position or ur hand under ur head or other place..But if u think that is not the case and it is happening on daily basis then u need to go see a doctor because there could be others reasons as well.Giving too much strain on right hand while working or workin out can also be the factors as it can give u effect in the morning when u wake up..
so if this is consistant and these are not the factors then go see a doctor..cauz there could be an injury which cud hav happened in the past and effects are coming later.
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