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Is surgery required for mild cases of carpal tunnel syndrome? I have been diagnosed with mild carpal tunnel syndrome recently. I am under meds for now, but my doctor suggested surgery as option. I am scared even when I think of it.

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Mild cases of carpal tunnel syndrome can often be treated with medication. However, changes may worsen the condition. Surgery often recommended for patients who experience symptoms such as radiating wrist pain for many months. You shouldn’t be scared the prognosis following carpel tunnel release is usually good and recurrence is rare.
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