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... Hello, sorry for your pain. I've had surgery on both hands.Since surgery is close to the main nerve bundle for the hand is not uncommon for the nerves to experience some abuse . ... (2 replies)
... I had bilateral carpal tunnel release surgery on both hands in August 2002. Although the "normal" symtoms of carpal tunnel are gone, I too experience extreme sensitivity to hot and cold on both my hands! ... (2 replies)
... Has anyone else experienced having cold hands all the time or being sensitive to the cold weather or hot water? ... (2 replies)

... Last year I got Carpal Tunnel surgery in both wrists. ... (2 replies)
Surgery Scheduled
Feb 25, 2006
... was too hard to get out of. I had to use my hands to get it maneuvered to get off. It was easier hooking bra closure. ... (85 replies)
... Update on my CTS and cold laser therapy. ... (1 replies)
... My mom went to a Hand Dr. and had the nerve test done. The report shows that she has severe damage and he told her that she needs to have Carpel tunnel Surgery soon. He said if she didn't have the surgery she would lose strength in her hands and loose the feeling of cold and hot. ... (2 replies)
... t is bs it feels ok for a short time but unless you dont use your hands at all they will never be the same. ... (8 replies)
... My hand was different after the surgery than before too. I didn't have the hypersensitivity before the surgery. ... (4 replies)
Just Diagnosed
Mar 30, 2004
... the shots take away the pain, numbness, etc. Put your hands in braces when not at work and when you sleep. If your wrists and arms on on fire, put into a very cold water soak or use ice or gel packs. Limit the use of your hands and fingers, son't spend hours on the computer or playing video games, etc. ... (2 replies)
... within 4 weeks. I didnt have the numbness, pin and needles like before the surgery so I was excited to get the right one done. Sadly, that one didnt work, I have nerve damage in that one and I have since had more problems with my left again. ... (5 replies)
... right handed. It all started in the later part of 1995 when I started getting mild pain and numbness of both of my hands and didn't think much of it. I kept using my hands alot and it was slowly getting worst as time went on. ... (12 replies)
... ill have numbness and pain in my bowing hand and wrist. I've tried looking at my technique and posture, but I think part of the problem is having very cold, dry hands all the time, which causes me to grip the bow more. ... (11 replies)
... I had both of my hands done for CTS in 2005. ... (12 replies)
Failed outcome
Jun 29, 2013
... Didn't you do PT right after your surgery? ... (2 replies)
How Long?
Jun 7, 2011
... I had my first CT surgery about 2 week after seeing the hand surgeon. ... (3 replies)
... I continued to do my job even though my shoulder was not strong enough... then i strained my wrist shortly after that at work .. ... (0 replies)
... ase and has been very difficult to get any treatments. I know that it has turned into RSD but am waiting for approval of a pain management doctor to verify. My hands turn a deep purple and go from very hot to freezing cold throughout the day. To help you though I suggest that you wear the splints every night. ... (5 replies)
... I had bilateral CTS surgery last year and kept having pain and numbness in my arms down to my hands. In the last month after working 8 hours I felt like my arms were going to fall off they hurt so bad. My hand Dr. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks JB, I am a firm believer in Chiropractic care and actually have been getting my hands adjusted about a year after the surgery in order to prevent it again. I have heard there is a link between the thyroid and carpel tunnel. I have had my thyroid checked and it is normal. ... (4 replies)

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