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... I am desperately trying to find out if ANYONE who has had a compressed ulnar nerve has my symptoms. ... (10 replies)
... Ulnar Nerve Damage. ... (1 replies)
... I've had both my ulnar nerves done twice in each arm. The first time they just moved it a little and the last times they repositioned them both, so they don't get trapped anymore. ... (4 replies)

... each month and total recovery "if at all" would be a wait and see over 18 mos. ... (9 replies)
... recovery time, etc. Also, could medial epicondylitis be the culprit even though the nerve studies showed slowing? ... (0 replies)
... 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)
... each month and total recovery "if at all" would be a wait and see over 18 mos. ... (9 replies)
... each month and total recovery "if at all" would be a wait and see over 18 mos. ... (9 replies)
... last fingers had numbness and weakness also. I never had much pain at all, and was just getting worried because the weakness was getting worse. That's why I finally had the surgery. ... (2 replies)
... extension of wrist arm straight to stretch the Ulnar at the elbow. ... (5 replies)
... I had a pinched nerve in my left hand and numbness in my pinky and backside of palm for about 4 months. EMG and tests showed pinched nerve in the elbow, but no nerve damage or loss of muscle. Last week I had surgery to release the nerve at the elbow by opening the "tunnel" that the nerve runs through. ... (0 replies)
... I broke my left wrist which severed my ulnar nerve. Within the next few days, the surgeons attempted to repair the nerve and let it start to grow while my bones were healing, but after 5 months, there was no progress. ... (3 replies)
... Four weeks on now and still some numbness and pain. I just didnt expect at this point to be reasonably worse off than before I had the operation. ... (5 replies)
... Currently 5 weeks after now. I do wish the numbness would go, I had the op to avoid numbness not get it! It does hurt if I bite the finger which is an improvement. ... (5 replies)
... ince surgery. It definetly is a scary thing to experience as the surgery is in part to correct that. Although rare, my therapist said that can be a sign that the nerve is slipping from where ever they tranposed it to. Again she did say this was very rare, especially for you since you are further out post op. ... (38 replies)
... Hi my name is Jim, I am scheduled to have ulnar release surgery to my left elbow this coming tuesday june 22 2010. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I had my left ulna nerve transposition done Dec 2011, and it is still painful my arm is weak and much worse than before the surgery. ... (9 replies)
... Unfortunately, nerves recover or heal at a rate of about 1mm a day! That too is dependent on how badly your nerve was trapped at the elbow. I had subcutaneous transposition on my right elbow in April of 08, and it was a good six months before I could cross my fingers! ... (5 replies)
... Just an update. I stopped going to OT a few weeks ago as my orthopedic thought that might be the cause for the reoccuring numbness and tingling. ... (38 replies)
... I work on a computer and the numbness began 4 months and had been happening more often, but I always would shake it off and didn't think anything of it. ... (3 replies)

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