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Swollen hands upon waking up can occur when a person stays in one position for a long time or sleeps in an odd position cutting off circulation to the hands, says WebMD; however, swollen hands upon waking can also be ind... More »

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Sudden swollen hands, or edema, can be the result of a variety of factors, reports Healthgrades. While gradual hand swelling may be a sign of an inflammatory condition, sudden swelling may be a result of injury, infectio... More »

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Itching swollen hands, usually a symptom of angioedema, may not need treatment, but if symptoms are severe, they may require prescribed antihistamines or corticosteroids. People suffering from the condition should avoid ... More »

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Neuropathy and swelling result from a condition called peripheral neuropathy, which is caused by diabetes or more acute neuropathies like Guillan-Barre Syndrome, explains the National Institute of Neurological Disorders ... More »

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