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... in a few weeks. It doesn't help that they have rescheduled it 3 times already, but hopefully this time it will go through okay. If I lean on my elbow without thinking the buzzing, pins n' needles get worse. So is the next step surgery? ... (1 replies)
... with axonal neuropathy. As well as left ulnar neuropathy. My nerve is pinched off there at my elbow. An EMG is an excellent source for picking up any type of neuropathy or any type of nerve damage. ... (5 replies)
... two weeks to get in to see her. I met with her today and she will be operating on my elbow. Once she opens up she will know whether I have scar tissue around the elbow or if she needs to move my nerve over. My last operation was just scar tissue removal. ... (13 replies)

Ulnar neuropathy
Dec 3, 2007
... Try keeping your arm straight and your shoulders back as well. If there is compression at the elbow, bending it will make the pain and numbness worse. If compression is at the shoulder, make sure not to slouch forward and try not to raise your arm. ... (5 replies)
... Hi, your burning pain sounds like nerve issues. ... (3 replies)
Ulnar neuropathy
May 10, 2006
... This could possibly not be just the ulnar issue going on but this could be stemming from a problem stemming from the c spine area instead. ... (2 replies)
... you may want to look into thoracic outlet syndrome(upper extremity only though) (3 replies)
... At first, it started with some numbness and tingling in my arms, from the elbow down. Though I didn't remember resting my elbows on anything, I assumed I was putting pressure on a nerve and causing this myself. ... (3 replies)
... to hand and was bandaged for 10 days. I then went to have the staples removed and started physiotherapy a week later. I was pretty sore, could not bend at the elbow due to the inflammation and painful bruising. ... (21 replies)
... Another update... I did see the rehabilitation doctor I also go to last week on Monday. I mentioned my hand, symptoms etc becoming worse, referred to a neurosurgeon, year wait and that I would like to see a hand specialist in another Province. I could tell she didn't like the idea of me going out of Province. I told her I weighed the pros and cons and if I can get in sooner... (13 replies)
... Hi John, Thanks for your help! Yes I am familiar with that quick test, physiotherapist etc did it in the past. I asked a friend to squeeze my fingers on both hands for comparison. The affected (left hand) side is weaker. I wouldn't say as severe compared to last year prior to my surgery, but there is weakness. Also my little finger on affected hand does not spread apart... (13 replies)
... One other quick thing - a test you can easily do. Spread your fingers widely apart on both hands, then ask your husband or a friend to squeeze your fingers together. If it's much easier to squeeze the fingers together on the affected side then you are losing muscle and it becomes a bit more important to get something done quickly. (Just concerned about that one year wait).... (13 replies)
... Thanks john. :) I actually phoned the neurosurgeons office and was told it will take about a year to get in. They don't book appts in advance, phone about two to three weeks before your actual appt. It goes by priority, the surgeon goes through the referrals. People who have brain or spine problems I imagine would be more priority compared to my problem. We do have some... (13 replies)
... Glad to hear you are getting some attention. Your question about retrieving your surgery records is important now. Down here we can get our records, usually with a small fee for processing. Would definitely recommend you have all pertinent information with you when you see the neurosurgeon especially with the wait (6 months, oh my). Good luck.. (13 replies)
... Update... I got a referral! I headed to a walk in type clinic, told the doctor my symptoms, past surgery etc. He said "I can't do anything for you but I will refer you to someone. He is referring me to a neurosurgeon at the main hospital and if that doesn't work out I will referred to a plastic surgeon." I know it will take at least 6 months to see the neuro or plastic... (13 replies)
... Thank you for your help John. :) Oh sorry, lol, I forgot to say in my original post that my surgeon, the one who did my operation, retired last summer, about 3 months after my surgery. After surgery my arm was alot betterI had one follow up with him and the surgeon said my family doctor should be able to continue with the follow ups. I didn't ask for a referral at that... (13 replies)
... They phoned me this morning and surgery is scheduled for April 25. Booked for one and half hours. General anesthesia. I know there are others out there who will go through this surgery and I will post more details about my progress so others know what it is like, have a better understanding. (0 replies)
... rheumatiod arth has the nodules and can cause all if this BUT i would encourage you to also research thoracic outlet syndrome (1 replies)
... ought nothing of it because I thought I slept on my hand. Despite this minor inconvenience my EMG results came back clean. I had the EMG results to rule out any nerve damage or spinal impingement as I have two bulging and a small herniated disk in my neck. ... (1 replies)
... I couldn't even make a grip, my hand was so weak. Holding my phone up to my ear hurt my elbow and made my 2 fingers and palm more numb. ... (3 replies)


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