Hi there :
It is an irritating to the nerve that supply the small ( pink) finger and the inner 1/2 of your ring finger which make you feel as such.
You may find your self more symptomatic when you bend the elbow and most of the symptoms will go away when the elbow is straighten to support the idea that you may need some thing done for ulnar nerve compression
If symptoms continue and persistent, the EMG/ NCS ( electromyography
, Nerve conduction study
) will help you and physician to localize where these symptoms originated ( i.e. to find out where the pressure is?).
Furthermore, if the symptoms disappear at some point .. this will indicate that you may not need the surgery to relieve this compression or to transpose the nerve.... etc.