When you type or use a mouse, you have to make sure that your wrist is not resting on the edge of the desk. Try draping a towel over the edge. No porn jokes please.
I had a a buildup of pain from pressing, but it didn't hurt until I let go of the weight-then it was agony for 5-10 seconds. I cut back on my pressing. Also, pressing wide creates a shear force on the wrist. Same with a snatch grip for lifts. Also, if you press with a machine ever, where the load rests at the bottom, or for lockouts, the wrist gets loaded fast when you start to push. I think I had a little cartilage worn away, and I don't get pain when I keep my volume of pressing appropriate.
As for reverse curls, I was wondering if they felt awkward or caused pain. My left wrist can't take the full reverse position, so I use EZ or hammer grips.