Ok today I drove to London and used Apple Maps on my iPhone to go somewhere. Also found out that when turning my Apple Watch would vibrate to warn me when to turn. Which was great and cool lol At first it was ok feeling the haptic vibrations every now and then, but after 10-20 mins in I felt a small sharp pain on my left wrist and it started to become little numb (like when you got a little electric shock from a cable or something). I shrugged it off at first but after 20 minutes of getting the vibration from turns, I proceeded to park my car and the pain suddenly was unbearable to the point I had to take off the Apple Watch and then park my car. I've been wearing the watch for about 2 week now and it has been fine receiving notifications etc. It was just today that the haptic vibration was being used a lot in a short span of a time. Right now my left wrist is in a bit of pain and cannot clench my fist. I get a sharp pain that runs along my wrist and forearm. Has anyone else have this problem? Or I did just damage my wrist else and it's just a happy coincidence that it started to hurt when using the Apple Watch?