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Ulnar nerve swimming ok

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Please advice me on a good elbow support for ulnar nerve pinch ...

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i seem to have got an ulnar nerve injury . please suggest some remedies doctor. ...

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of Ulnar Nerve Neuritis in my Right Hand and due to this my little finger as well as adjutants finger and elbow having sevieor pain .My ulnar nerve was thicken and was very painful.I approach to or tho surgeon ...

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Hi, I have this problem of unlar nerve entrapment. The pain is mild. I went to a doctor and he ... these capsules the pain comes back after a few days. My question is, is it ok to take these capsules for long ...

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I have denyelinating disease which i think is causing me to lose the use of my left hand. I know that the Ulnar nerve has caused damage to the outside two fingers and has reach the spine. pain has sttarted ...

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I have recovering ulnar nerve damage no surgery. i used to do press ups but obviously cannot now. will swimming irritate the nerve and set me back to useless arm ? i want to tone arms. Any other safe toning ...

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is the only way i can describe it on my ulnar nerve in the armpit. my arm gos numb & my little & ring fingers .... if its nothing & wont be an issue as long as i dont smoke then im ok with that. but if there is something ...

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I had ulnar nerve decompression surgery at the end of January. After getting the OK to return to normal activities the pain in my elbow and tingling in my hand have returned and are as intense as prior ...

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hi there.i am suffering from leprosy since one year. now it is effecting my ulnar nerve and i am on medication with mdt(rifampicine+clofazamine+dapsone)kindly advise me how it can be cured early as i have lost ...

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i believe my ulnar nerve is swollen as it is puffy and just touching the elbow area causes great pain, i dont know whether a fall off a ladder a month ago had anything to do with it or not as it just ...

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HELLO THERE my boyfriend has bilateral ulnar nerve entrapment , he has been going to PT for Tennis Elbow about 5 weeks now. There is lots of pain PT hasn t helped. Should he continue PT or go for further ...

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online and it appears it could be an ulnar nerve problem. I´ve tried to find some ides for treatment ...

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I recently had ulnar nerve surgery and now am suffering from neck pain at the back of my neck below th e skull and sides feel tender as well. I have developed severe difficulty swallowing and have had ...

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Hi..I have chronic pain .. back, shoulder, ulnar nerve, right leg, left knee occasionally..I was a pedestrian and was hit by a car..I have been on pain medication which helps me to keep moving..my doctor has ...

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Had ulnar nerve release about 7 years ago. Dislocated shoulder and broke top of humerous (greater ... ago. Technician said issue with ulna nerve. Will this get worse if I don t have surgery ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

it occurs due to irritation of ulnar nerve

doctor1 MD

it is normal because of ulnar nerve transposition.

doctor1 MD

Hi and thanks for the query, The situation could get aggravated. It is of utmost importance to react on time for nerve lesions are most of the time irreversible. I suggest you consult your neurologist. Thanks and kind regards. Bain LE, MD.