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... Ulnar Nerve Damage. ... (1 replies)
... I severed my ulnar nerve about 3 months ago, just above my left elbow. How is everyone progressing on their recovery? ... (29 replies)
... I had slipped my leg and fall into window glass on 17 oct 2013.And had a cut on my ulnar nerve.The wound was closed on same day and a Surgery to join ulnar nerve was done within a week. ... (29 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 am desperately trying to find out if ANYONE who has had a compressed ulnar nerve has my symptoms. ... (10 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)
... 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)
... n the beginning of December, I fell hard onto my left elbow while playing ice hockey. There was immediate pain and swelling which I iced, and tried to bear with. After about a month and a half, I went to the doctor because my elbow was still hurt and popping. ... (0 replies)
... Cubital Tunnel syndrome came about for me as a result of an inury in an automobile accident. Recovery for me was a little slow, but at the end of 3 months post op. I felt so much better. I would definitely have the surgery again, if needed! ... (21 replies)
... I do not remember how much that one was. Of course, here most people carry insurance, but there are balances to be paid after insurance.... ... (2 replies)
... Hi! I am getting ready to have subcutaneous ulnar nerve transposition this friday. ... (1 replies)
... Ok you can see my post on this. I had the surgery a year ago. I am still having problems and it is actually getting worse. As far as the actual surgery itself it was a piece of cake. I was in and out within 4 hours through same day surgery. ... (2 replies)
... I am so sorry about what your daughter,and you are having to deal with.unfortunetly as you already know, the chances of nerve recovery in a tramatic incident such as your daughter has experienced are unfortunetly pretty slim.the test you are referring to is called a nerve conduction study. ... (7 replies)
... I don't understand your writing. Will you ever be able to lift more than 20 lbs? My apologies if English is not your first language. (21 replies)
... I had the cubital tunnel transpostion surgery about a year and a few months ago. My surgery went well. They did the surgery as day surgery and under local ansthesia. I had no problems with anstheia. I had the surgery in the ellbow. ... (21 replies)
... 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. ... (13 replies)
... extension of wrist arm straight to stretch the Ulnar at the elbow. ... (5 replies)
... I had ulner nerve relocaction a few years ago, I feel great as far as the arm and elbow gose. Your recovery sounds a lot more difficult than mine. I did feel intence pian for a few weeks, but did not have the movement issues. ... (9 replies)


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