I'm a week out using the watch and I no longer get the pain. I said its the HR monitor becaue its not flush with the bottom of the watch. It protrudes from the bottom of the watch slightly. Leather straps, push it up two or three fingers above your wrist, slightly tighten over the next few days. I wear it almost 24/7 unless its charging or I'm showering. But I did have the same pain everyone is talking about which is nerve pain. The first night I had to take it off and the pain lingered for awhile, but after doing everything I mentioned above a week later I don't feel any pain. It's not any signal in the watch or you're sensitive to "waves" ect... take your watch off and press on the nerve on where the watch lies and you will feel the same pain. Therefore its just nerve pain.
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I had the same problem and after searching wrist pain because of a watch I came to the conclusion it's the HR sensor pushing on the nerve in your wrist. I was wondering if I stuck it out would the nerve get use to it and then it wouldn't bother you anymore. So it's good to see your doctor's response that it will. I happen to have leather straps so ill switch it out. Earlier I loosened my watch and pushed it up about 2 fingers above my wrist. It feels a lot better! So people looking for suggestions loosen it and push it up higher its likely irritating the nerve in your wrist which your nerve is what sends pain signals to your brain!
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