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I had surgery to release my left ulnar nerve about 1.5 years ago. I do not have any problems with sensation in my hand; however, I am experiencing moderate pain in the elbow area itself. I am a full-time student and spend a great deal of time on the computer. Would surgical intervention be indicated, or could it just be the consistent pressure itself causing this pain? Thank you very much for your response.

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Thank you for the information. I contacted my neurologist's office and they indicated that this might indicate the nerve rotated around... or something like that. Anyway... going back to have it checked out. :)
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