I'll define it. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a disorder in which tendons that make your hand work, get inflamed, and for whatever reason, get sort of trapped in a space that's too small, causing pain and numbness in the hands. It can be nasty when you try to sleep, or use the hand for prolonged periods. Picture the feeling when a limb falls asleep. I hate when medical charts refer to "NUMBNESS and tingling". You'd think of novacain, where you lose feeling. NOT THAT NUMBNESS DOCTOR. It's equivalent to the numbness you feel if you stick your hand in ice for a half hour, just before you lose your limb, and you feel searing pain.

Since we have so many longterm writers here, I'm sure I'm not the only one who has it. I had surgery on the left, and it's very severe on the right (According to the EMG) but I keep putting off the right surgery until I finish the rest of the stories of the series.

Who else is or has struggled with this monster?