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... I know a little about your condition because 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. ... (8 replies)
... In 2003 I had ulnar shortening osteotomy surgery done on my left arm. A year and a half before, I had a wrist arthroscopy done, to repair a torn TFCC tear. ... (0 replies)
... I worked for a Board Certified Hand Surgeon as Surgical Technician for many years. If you understand the anatomy of carpal tunnel, perhaps you can better understand the situation of the problem. There are rows of carpal bones in your wrist. ... (4 replies)

... where they ruled out stroke and heart attack. They sent me to a neurologist a week later who ran electrical tests and sensitivity tests and he told me I had both ulnar tunnel syndrome and carpal tunnel syndrome. More tests 2 weeks after that confirmed the diagnosis and said that they were getting worse. ... (6 replies)
... I had a ulnar nerve release operation to my right elbow in April 2012 which failed.I have just had nerve conductivity tests done which confirm that I still have a trapped nerve in my right elbow as well as carpal tunnel syndrome in my right wrist. ... (5 replies)
... k started to hurt really bad, shoulder waking me upat night, fingers started going numb ...was referred to orthopedic surg diagnosed rotator cuff impingement and carpal tunnel syndrome....also neck issues shown on mri.... ... (1 replies)
... the surgery on the arm is called cubital tunnel release its to release the pressure on the ulnar nerve its right at the funny bone (7 replies)
... Hi again estella3 if you have pain in your elbow from turning your wrist it is more likely cubital tunnel not carple tunnel try this hold your hand out like your going to turn a handle, put the other hand on your elbow. now turn you hand to open the door handle and you well see that your wrist does not turn the turning motion is from the elbow. that motion could be... (7 replies)
... Thank you so much....I am amazed at the similiar problems we have. It really helps to know that there are others like myself out there!!! Your advice is much appreciated. LaDawn (4 replies)
... should INSIST on at least the TSH test for thyroid. It's a very simple blood test that many doctors don't think of doing when one goes to the doctor for nerve problems. ... (4 replies)
... Just had an EMG and a NCS and was told I have motor and sensory loss involving the ulnar nerve in both hands. I was aware of the left hand, the reasoning for the tests... ... (0 replies)
... Cclumby,The surgery I had was NOT carpal tunnel syndrome, The ulnar nerve is a completely different thing, I had my surgery (ulnar nerve transposition) on march 23rd I got my cast off yesterday(april11). I am basically a paper pusher, so I was back to work in 3 days. Now that the cast is off my arm is VERY sensitive, and I have more numbness now then I did before. Kinda... (10 replies)
... as well as the specificity of symptoms in the ulnar distribution suggest more cubital tunnel syndrome than CTS. Symptoms on the radial side of your hand suggest CTS. You may have asymptomatic CTS, but this is not the source of your pain. ... (12 replies)
... Definately not carpal tunnel syndrome. CTS is entrapment and pressure on the median nerve as it runs through a channel in your wrist. ... (12 replies)
... that nerve sometimes gets trapped at the elbow, causing Cubital Tunnel Syndrome. ... (6 replies)
... the nerve affected is the median. ... (8 replies)
... Carpal tunnel syndrome can cause cramping of the hand. This will cause your hand to try to curl up into a fist due to median nerve entrapment. All fingers and thumb will do this, except for the pinky. ... (9 replies)
... I don't know if I have asked this before, but I would like to know the differences between Carpal Tunnel Syndrome from Ulnar nerve entrapment. It seems like they both affect the hands and arms, but CTS also affects the fingers. I have not had any numbness on my fingers. ... (2 replies)
... I have been reading that infections can cause CTS and Ulnar nerve entrapment. Ironically, I had my problems shortly after a sexual encounter. It's not only my hands but my legs seem to have nerve problems too. ... (0 replies)
... up because I have such aches and pains, tendinitis, and now severe carpal in one hand. I noticed my temp was very low when the nurse took it. It wasnt even 98.6. ... (8 replies)

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