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I had the operation on my right wrist seven years ago. Now my left wrist is
giving me trouble i.e., pain at night, numbness in the thumb and index
finger, and a tendency to things). When I went to a physiatrist for an EMG,
he advised me to take 50mg of Vitamin B6 daily and wear a wrist splint
throughout the night. I haven't been taking B6 long enough to notice any
improvement yet, but it is worth a try.
I also use a ergonomic split, keyboard along with a wrist rest. It really
helps. It takes a week or so to adapt to the keyboard, but it is well worth
Carol McElhaney, Technical Writer
American Eagle Outfitters
E-mail: mcelhaney -at- ae -dot- com
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