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Ulnar Nerve Transposition Surgery - Update 4
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Ulnar Nerve Transposition Surgery - Update 4

One of the most popular posts on my blog is about the Ulnar Nerve Transposition Surgery I had almost 4 years ago. I thought I would give a quick update on the status. Today, my arm still gets tired really quick and I often have tightness and tingling in my fingers. The most interesting is if I put pressure on my elbow area it gets a warm hot feeling to it. The scar is long and nasty looking and often pinkish. However, on the upside the dull aching pain I had is gone.

The doctor did tell me it would take about 5-6 years for the nerve to repair itself. If I had to do it over again I would do more research.