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... It sounds like Dupuytren's Contracture. Mine was diagnosed by my internal med doc, and he sent me right to hand surgeon, who confirmed it. Check it out, and dont let the unknowing doc give you any more of a run around. this will get worse. good luck. ... (6 replies)
... If it's Dupuytrens, you can feel a fibrotic band in your palm around your palmar crease, however I don't know this to be painful- it just limits extension of your digits- particularly your ring and pinky. (6 replies)
... A lump in your palm is not a sign of CTS. Do you ever get a popping or snapping sensation around the lump when you open or close your fingers? ... (6 replies)

... Never heard of a lump in the hand with carpal tunnel problems. My mom had one several years ago, but she was pretty elderly. ... (6 replies)
... yes the lump has been felt, its very prominent.... ... (6 replies)
... Have you had any doctor confirm they feel the lump in your hand also? ... (6 replies)
... Does anyone here suffer with a lump in the palm of their hand which can be very painful? ... (6 replies)
... hand, palm open, it's just beneath where the thumb part of my hand reachs the wrist. It's almost like a mountain in it's shape. ... (1 replies)
... ple with carpal tunnel to report radiating pain up the arm. You can experience this with or without fibromyalgia. However in the presence of fibromyalgia, your hand pain may also be causing you to maintain your upper quadrant in a guarded or "tensed" posture, further irritating your fibromyalgia. ... (14 replies)
... Try this since you are British: Dupuytren disease is a fibroproliferative disorder of unclear etiology and pathogenesis. It is a disease that occurs primarily in men with Celtic ancestry. The male-to-female ratio is 5:1 and one third of patients have a positive family history. Usually, both hands are involved, with unilateral disease an uncommon variant. Dupuytren... (6 replies)
... I was diagnosed with CTS under comp. I had to wait over a year for my EMG studies (had to wait until I won the comp case). There they said I had severe CarpalTS and ALSO cubital tunnel. I saw a surgeon who said I need surgery on wrist and elbow. Instead of getting authorization for surgery, I received notice that they were appealing the decision. Well... I just recently won... (6 replies)
... ery much regretting now. after two weeks the swelling and bruising have all gone, but the pain is still there, i cant flex my wrist properly, and there is a hard lump at the surgical site. so im off to the doctors on monday to see whether or not ive done some real damage. ... (20 replies)

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