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... Hey there..I have a question..I am going in for Surgery soon for Carpal Tunnel and according to my Dr. there is no limitations after surgery which means I can go back to work the next day..Is this normal? ... (2 replies)
... I had my first CTRS 2 years ago and was off work (office job as an Investigator) for 4 full weeks and very limited for at least that many more. In April 10 I had the same surgery on my dominant hand and am prepared to be off up to 5-8 weeks. The pain a swelling is bad though there is only 10 stitches but Im so incredibly left hand dominant I cant do anything 4 days post op.... (2 replies)
... Hi, that most certainly doesn't seem right! I had surgery and had around 2 - 3 months off my cleaning job. (2 replies)

... before I had the surgery, I read many reviews about horrible experiences and very long recovery times, which was deterring me from pursuing surgery. I went ahead with the surgery, and am so happy I did. ... (0 replies)
... Hi and thanks for taking the time to read this! ... (1 replies)
... I'd like to avoid surgery if at all possible, but if it is my only recourse, I'll have to consider it. ... (6 replies)
... Hey! Welcome! You don't say how old you are, but I think a lot of typing could lead to carpal tunnel even at a younger age. I started doing a great deal of typing in my fifities and eneded up having carpal tunnel surgery, which has worked out wonderfully. ... (2 replies)
... Will they do surgery if there's no nerve damage? ... (14 replies)
... i will need to have this surgery in the near future.I have no nerve damage. ... (14 replies)
... I had bad pain in wrist that went up to my forearm and I had trouble opening doors and gripping things and doing my job. I had symptoms for years and just had my surgery in November of 2010. I should of had my surgery at least a year ago but because I waited to long I have nerve damage and recovery takes a lot longer. ... (8 replies)
... se I too have problems with an ulnar nerve. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is when the median nerve is compressed as it passses through a portion of the wrist called the carpal tunnel which is formed by some bones in the wrist and a ligiment. The ulnar nerve passes through a different area of the wrist. ... (8 replies)
... If they seen Ulnar entrapment or other complications that did not show in the nerve conduction study then they have to open you all the way up to the full blown Carpal Tunnel Surgery... ... (5 replies)
... what have people experienced as full recovery?50 or 80% of the time? (0 replies)
... Hi my name is Sarah on tues the 19th I had carpal tunnel release surgery endoscopic. ... (1 replies)
... I had Carpal Tunnel surgery, as well as 3 Trigger fingers released at the same time 3 months ago. I teach preschool, and went back to work a week later. There were things I could not do, but every week was able to do more. ... (1 replies)
... Did any of the doctors prescribe carpal tunnel braces for you to wear at night? ... (4 replies)
... Can anyone help me with recovery time? ... (1 replies)
... I've had both carpal tunnel releases, both done with the open surgery method. Recovery was fairly easy... ... (2 replies)
... hi i am sched. to have the same ctr surgery done tues.! i need to ask somethings. ... (8 replies)
... I go in for open carpal tunnel release surgery on june first. I also have lyme disease which has caused severe painful sensory neuropathy and probably contributed to the worsening of my cts. ... (2 replies)

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