no, Deb. No wraps if you don't have any discomfort/pain.
from Greg Everett's forums:
"i would caution against wrist wraps or tape unless absolutely necessary. tends to change the position of the wrist, which then leads to problems in the hands, elbows and/or shoulders. so i would say if you're concerned about the volume, spend more time progressing to that volume to condition the joints. tons of stretching, mobility and ICE."
With my low back injury, I cannot emphasize ice enough, and I have finally realized this. Ice, ice, and more ice post-workout. 20 minutes as soon as you get home, and you're done. Ice whatever feels achy: knee, lower back, shoulder, wrist, elbow, etc. Very beneficial.