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It says: “If you think you have carpal tunnel syndrome, you should get an appointment at your GP surgery.

“Carpal tunnel syndrome can go away in a few weeks or months.

“Using a splint or having a steroid injection can help.”

“If symptoms don’t go away, a minor operation to relieve the pressure in the carpal tunnel can solve the problem.”



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