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... I am scheduled to have surgery on my ulnar nerve next week and would like to hear from others who have experienced Cubital Tunnel Syndrome and had the surgery - they are doing a submuscular transposition too. I am not really having the symptoms I should be having very frequently - numbness, tingling - but I do experience pain at the elbow very frequently. I went through... (0 replies)
... I too had ulnar nerve transposition surgery in 08/2008 and it is very painful.It took me about 3 weeks to completeley straighten my arm, but it was very stiff. It helps to use a heating pad or soak the elbow in warm water to help relax the muscles. (9 replies)
... I had carpal tunnel surgery in May 2012 and about 4 months later I started developing severe pain in my elbow on the same arm. ... (9 replies)

... Hi I have just had this done 16 days ago. I'm feeling all what you are saying above. Did it end up permanent or do you have full extension now. As I'm a golfer I'm quite concerned! Please help if you can (9 replies)
... Hi, I had ulnar nerve transposition surgery on my left elbow 18 days ago. ... (9 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)
... 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)
... 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. My Ortho wants to do the right one as well, but I don't want it done. I changed from Gabapentin to Pregabalin, they work well for the nerve pain and don't make me foggy like Gabapentin did. I've had both carpal tunnel's done too - and 9... (9 replies)
... I say thanks because those shooting pains are nasty. I had my surgery Jan9,2012. Iam about three weeks out. I can' t much info on any ways to deal with that pain. Tylenol or ibuprofen does not seem to help. ... (9 replies)
... It will get better, but it takes a really long time - like 12 - 18 months or longer. Did your doctor tell you this? 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. Lastly, it will get... (9 replies)
... I had my surgery 24 days ago... ... (9 replies)
... I severed my ulnar nerve about 3 months ago, just above my left elbow. How is everyone progressing on their recovery? ... (29 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 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)
... 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. ... (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)
... bow was still hurt and popping. He had me immobilize it for a month and when I came back a month later with no change, he told me a tore a ligament, resulting in ulnar nerve subluxation. He scheduled me for a subcutaneous ulnar nerve transposition surgery on April 15th. ... (0 replies)


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