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I started experiencing hand and wrist pain from the combination of daily
squash, tennis, and mouse use. I forced myself to use my mouse with my
left hand and now don't have any wrist pain. It was really hard and slow
at first but I adapted soon enough. It made more sense to me to switch
hands with my mouse than to mess up my tennis stroke.
I also use one of those wrist supports for my keyboard and that seems to
help (not my tennis stroke though.)
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