My wife has undiagnosed wrist pain that is bilaterally symmetrical,does not radiate into her fingers,remains at a 5-7 on a 1-10 pain scale,and is constant.She has had no injuries to her wrists but did have endoscopic carpal tunnel release done 9 years ago.The pain is exactly equal in intensity and varies in intensity equally from side to side.It is not recurrent carpal tunnel syndrome,and her physical exam is unremarkable.Nothing in the way of NSAIDS helps her,and she gets a strange reaction to opiates.She can use her hands but with pain in her wrists.The pain is also circumferential.Please help!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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