Our expert says:
You will have to consult a neurologist as soon as possible. The neurologist will have to exclude a neuropathic reason for the pain in your hands. In some cases, severe muscle mass increase can cause nerve impinchment with resulting painful hands and a weakness in grip. A neurologist will be able to provide you with the best advice and treatment.
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