Why do women have a higher risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome?Hand Surgery Orthopaedic Surgery
Due to the hormonal differences between a male and female, with an increased likelihood of fluid retention occurring in a female, the chances of a female developing carpal tunnel syndrome is consequently and statistically higher.
It is precisely the same reason why carpal tunnel syndrome is common in pregnancy and in post-partum females.
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