I had surgery on my left hand for carpal tunnel syndrome. After the nerve block wore off, the tip of my middle finger became very sensitive to the touch and feels swollen but isn't. My left hand is sweaty and much warmer in comparison to the right. Also, the pad is swollen near the thumb. What do you think might be causing these problems?
I had carpel tunnel surgery on both of my hands sept and after that my hand have not been better. I am in pain with my fingers, hand and wrist. I lift things and they fall out of my hands and making my hands in pain. I also can not pull things with out massive pain in my hands. I worked for a company that we did a lot of repetitive motion and after the surgery had lost my job due to being on restriction for my hands. I have been to the Arthritis person and did the emg 2 and blood work.
Recovery Milestones for Carpal Tunnel Release Surgery
This material must not be used for commercial purposes, or in any hospital or medical facility. Failure to comply may result in legal action. Medically reviewed by Drugs. Last updated on Nov 16, Carpal tunnel surgery, or decompression, is used to take pressure off the median nerve in your wrist.
You may suspect that you have carpel tunnel syndrome. The good news is that there are a number of methods you can try at home to ease your pain. You may suspect that you have carpal tunnel syndrome. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center.