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... I've been searching for information regarding ulnar nerve damage since my 9 yr old son put his arm through plate glass 5 weeks ago severing the ulnar nerve. Surgery to repair the nerve and the deep cut to his forearm close to the elbow was performed the morning after the incident. ... (29 replies)
... had carpal tunnel release surgery. 48 hrs after surgery I was told to remove the large bandage. At that time I realized I could not feel my pinky and ring finger.. Weeks passed and it never got better. ... (0 replies)
Ulnar Nerve
Nov 19, 2012
... A little over a month ago I was playing in a flag football game and went to deflect a ball. ... (0 replies)

... I severed my ulnar nerve about 3 months ago, just above my left elbow. How is everyone progressing on their recovery? ... (29 replies)
... ray and an MRI, no fracture and the nerve isn't severed, but it is badly "stretched". My hand is a mess right now. ... (5 replies)
... ulnar nerve from THAT level where it actually starts? ... (13 replies)
... at work. He went to 5 different doctors before one suggested that it could be "ulnar nerve damage". Sure enough it was. The doctor tried to wait and see if it would improve with meds and time. It did not. His arm still went numb , had lost strength in his arm and hand, and he was still in pain. ... (0 replies)
... I am two years now post op. YAY! One thing you all must understand and hopefully this will serve to encourage you too, is that nerves take a while to heal. I would say, honestly, that I was well over a year before I my hand actually performed like I believed it should. My grip strength comes and goes. ... (38 replies)
... just a quick question or two for you. have you ever actually had a c spine MRI done just to see if there is some level of real spinal problem underlying in all this? ... (2 replies)
... the ulnar nerve begins up at a big collection of nerves in the shoulder area, so yes, you could definitely could have affected it in the injury i would think. ... (1 replies)
... I posted a reply regarding ulnar nerve injury. My doctor wants to want 4 more weeks to see if OT will fix the problem. ... (0 replies)
... While doing homework back in September, I stood up and experienced sudden pain in my left elbow. Within an hour, my hand swelled and I started to experience tingling. ... (1 replies)
... on june 22 of this year, i fell onto a glass topped coffee table and severed the ulnar nerve in my left arm. the ulnar nerve is commonly known as the "funny" bone, but it is so far from funny to seriously damage it. ... (29 replies)
... years ago I had a numbness and tingling with spasms in my left pinky and ring finger. I consulted with my general physian and he referred me to a reputable orthapaedic practice in Charlotte, NC where I live. They performed a nerve test and diagnosed me with ulnar nerve compression in my elbow area. ... (0 replies)
... years ago I had a numbness and tingling with spasms in my left pinky and ring finger. I consulted with my general physian and he referred me to a reputable orthapaedic practice in Charlotte, NC where I live. They performed a nerve test and diagnosed me with ulnar nerve compression in my elbow area. ... (0 replies)
... years ago I had a numbness and tingling with spasms in my left pinky and ring finger. I consulted with my general physian and he referred me to a reputable orthapaedic practice in Charlotte, NC where I live. They performed a nerve test and diagnosed me with ulnar nerve compression in my elbow area. ... (0 replies)
... Two days ago, I had surgery to move the trapped Ulnar nerve at my left elbow. This partilcular doctor has performed hundreds of these and I even had a chance to speak with one of his patients who had much success. ... (5 replies)
... while this does definitely sound like ulnar nerve involvemnet,given what two fingers are affected and the elbow,BUT the very first thing you need to find out is exactly WHERE this stems from. ... (11 replies)
... location done 7 yrs ago due to extreme damage. The cause was finally accepted in terms as "repetitive injury". No specific trauma. ... (9 replies)
... location done 7 yrs ago due to extreme damage. The cause was finally accepted in terms as "repetitive injury". No specific trauma. ... (9 replies)


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