During Pregnancy - How do you treat Carpal Tunnel
25% of women get Carpal Tunnel for the first time during pregnancy. The treatment options are limited during this delicate period where considerations for the…
When you are pregnant, your hormones levels trigger fluid retention, which can cause inflammation. The inflammation that builds up can increase pressure in your carpal tunnel area and in turn puts pressure on your median nerve causing numbness, tingling, weakness, etc. in your hands and wrist. It is more common in the 3rd trimester, but sometimes happens in the first 2 trimester or after birth.
The Best Way to Treat Carpal Tunnel Syndrome during pregnancy is with the gentle targeted stretching therapy that is worn during sleep. It is comfortable to wear and it works for over 90% of pregnant women. No risks, No downtime, No lost sleep, No Restrictive Splints. Call Experts and ask questions at: 1-800-798-5210