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... Every time I ask the dr. ... (0 replies)
... ness 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)
... Yes ulnar nerve entrapment can cause loss of hand muscle strenght. Ulnar nerve is what feeds your hand muscles. I had ulnar nerve surgery in May, I'm still doing pt and have hyper sensations in the fingers and wrist. Neither one is a pretty site but what are your options? ... (2 replies)

... I have all the same symptoms. I have been diagnosed with ulnar nerve entrapment. The problem is there is really no way for them to be sure if the problem is in the neck or the ulnar nerve. Both can cause these problems. ... (10 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)
... They gave me gabapentin for the shooting pain. I did not like taking this at all. I felt like I was in a fog the entire time I was taking this and then it caused severe nausea which lasted, long after I quit taking gabapentin. ... (9 replies)
... I wasn't told about the recovery time in some cases. I had my surgery as my right arm was numb and an EMG indicated it was hour glassed. I went 6 months before the surgery was done on November 20th, 2011. ... (5 replies)
... I wasn't told about the recovery time in some cases. I had my surgery as my right arm was numb and an EMG indicated it was hour glassed. I went 6 months before the surgery was done on November 20th, 2011. ... (0 replies)
... No it's not permanent. It took about a month of regular physiotherapy to increase the degree of bend regularly, until I got the full 100% out. You will find that normal use of the arm will take a considerable amount of time, as because you use the arm less than the other, your muscles will weaken, so that you have to build them up. (9 replies)
... December 31, I had a anterior subcutaneous ulnar nerve transposition under local anesthesia. The surgery went well, the doctor said the nerve didn't appear damaged, just compressed. ... (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. They called it a ulnar nerve transposition. ... (4 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)
... each month and total recovery "if at all" would be a wait and see over 18 mos. ... (9 replies)
... I am desperately trying to find out if ANYONE who has had a compressed ulnar nerve has my symptoms. ... (10 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)
... HI renegade, I am scheduled to have ulnar nerve transposition surgery on Aug. 6th, 2012. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Ian, and thanks for your message. Somehow it encourages me just to know that i am not the only person suffering from this condition. For the longest time there was no feedback, so I suffered alone. I so feel for you Ian, that you are a musician. ... (29 replies)
... 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. ... (13 replies)
... lm which I still have. I was at Occupational Therapy this week and we were working on extension my arm and fingers starting tingling and going numb for the first time since surgery. It definetly is a scary thing to experience as the surgery is in part to correct that. ... (38 replies)




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