FIBROMYALGIA AND ULNA NERVE ENTRAPMENT – ARE THEY CONNECTED?…  |  Back Pain Blog UK

Interesting read by a fellow Spoonie Blogger, and something that has left me wondering about Ulna nerve entrapment because I have these same symptom/problems, plus a collagen disorder, and Fibromyalgia 😮

 


 

Source: FIBROMYALGIA AND ULNA NERVE ENTRAPMENT – ARE THEY CONNECTED?…

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Further reading

Ulnar Nerve Entrapment at the Elbow (Cubital Tunnel Syndrome)

Via: AAOS – American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons

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3 thoughts on “FIBROMYALGIA AND ULNA NERVE ENTRAPMENT – ARE THEY CONNECTED?…  |  Back Pain Blog UK

    1. I’d love to get my left hand back, the only problem is not knowing what is actually causing my problem. I have been having problems for a couple of years now and Back Pain Blog’s latest post was thought provoking, and gave me new insight. I’m also double-jointed and my finger ends all, slightly, stick upwards all the time, and my elbows do weird things too. My wrists are shot so not much flexibility left in those 🙂

      Are you still okay now? Will you need to have the surgery again one day?

      Wishing you wellness and less pain
      Carole Sian Xx 🙂

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      1. I had the surgery back in 1997 and my elbow is still fine. It is a little larger than the other elbow, but I think that is scar tissue. They have tests that can diagnose the Cubital Tunnel Syndrome very easily. I hope you can get it taken care of. I know how painful it can be and frustrating not to have complete use of your hand. ~Peace

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