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    Junior Member Seneca SS's Avatar
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    Angry Pinched the Ulnar Nerve in my elbow 3 months ago

    little and next finger are still numb but they are SLOWLY getting a little better--talked to my Dr. and he said it takes a month for every inch of the injury to my fingers so like maybe another year to heal it completely--i am getting just enough feeling to be able to play some but its difficult when you cant feel the end of your [2] fingers--you never know where they are at !!!!My new studio is getting some play time !!
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    Ouch!
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    actually got it from resting my arm on the arm rest in the truck and my elbow rested in the hole in the arm rest --pinched it right ahead of the elbow---BEWARE, it happened to my neighbor also--didnt help it was a 2000 mile drive in 30 hours !!!
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    I've got a problem with my right hand from a pinched nerve in my neck. It's nasty business, this stuff!

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    Junior Member Seneca SS's Avatar
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    it a SOB when your fingers dont go where you want them to !!!!!
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    I have an injury to my left hand that severed some nerves and I can't feel my thumb and part of my palm. I can still play guitar, but there are many days where my hand isn't strong, fast or just doesn't feel right. It's hard to explain but I can appreciate the issue. It took years before my hand was useable enough to play again.

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