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Carpal Tunnel Pregnancy - Crossref

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Last Updated: 16 January 2022

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Pregnancy and Lactation

In the puerperium, a retrospective investigation of 40 women with carpal tunnel syndrome affecting pregnancy and 18 women with carpal tunnel syndrome were included. About women who had breast-fed their infants and their symptoms, which had been present in the puerperium for a mean of 5. 8 months, those cases that were affecting women who had breast-fed their babies and their symptoms lasted a mean of 5. 8 months. Both the pregnant women and none of the lactating women had signs of peripheral oedema. In 60% of all cases, there was demonstrable medical evidence of median nerve damage in 40% of all cases. Carpal tunnel syndrome, which occurs in pregnancy, appears to be a distinct medical condition from that is developing in the puerperium.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/0266-7681_90_90057-b

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