Are Itching Palms A Symptom of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
Question by Jodi
Answer by Doctors at First Hand Medical
Itching palms are not a well-known symptoms of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. However, it is a fairly typical symptom and not unusual at all. When nerves are pinched the body can often produce an unexpected symptom or result. With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome the Median Nerve is pinched or put under pressure from swelling and symptoms of this condition can be felt anywhere in the body along the nerve path of the Median Nerve with runs between the tips of the fingers and the cortex at the base of the brain.
So itching palms, while not a common Carpal Tunnel Symptom, this is not atypical of the response the body presents when the Median Nerve is under external pressure.
This pressure is usually caused by one of two factors or both factors at the same time. One is the injured soft tissue around the Carpal Tunnel is injured from repetitive stress or a fall with sudden impact and it loses its flexibility causing a pinching action in the tight space of anatomy known as the Carpal Tunnel.
The second factor is the injured soft tissue puts off lymphatic fluid, also known as inflammation. This pressure increases because this fluid gets trapped in the Carpal Tunnel and the pressure builds as it progresses. This pressure also causes restrictions in blood circulation making it impossible for the body to heal as it normally would. This is why Carpal Tunnel Syndrome falls into a category of Medicine called “nerve entrapment conditions”.
This hand malady is cyclical and the low blood circulation cannot clear out the inflammation and return the body to its’ natural healing processes without outside help.
While the body needs help to overcome this entrapment state in the Carpal Tunnel, Carpal Tunnel Surgery is extreme measure and given the risks and potential for scar tissue formation and complications, Carpal Tunnel Surgery is a last resort treatment for Carpal Tunnel Nerve Entrapment.
There is a much better way to treat Carpal Tunnel Symptoms like:
• Itching Palms, or
• Itching Forearms
• Itchiness on the back of the hand
These symptoms often result from entrapment of the Median Nerve in the Carpal Tunnel.
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