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Do I have Dupuytren~sq~s?
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12/08/03 01:33
JERRY 
12/08/03 01:33
JERRY 
Dupuytren~sq~s

Please do your homework and read up on the subject. Randy gave you the best advice;

visit<http://jvm.com/wstagner/dlinks.htm>

Digest the sites and you will be rewarded.

Good Luck

02/07/04 01:09
Alicon

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02/07/04 01:09
Alicon

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Dupuytren~sq~s

My husband has been diagnosed with carpal tunnel, and , while doing a search on the net I ran across this site. My husband has nodules in his palms, which I couldn't find listed as one of the symptoms of carpal tunnel. I was wondering if maybe he was misdiagnosed. His mother had something wrong with her hands and feet and had to have them broken and reset. Anybody got any ideas?

02/07/04 01:08
Sean 
02/07/04 01:08
Sean 
Dupuytren~sq~s

Alicon,
It could easily be both. And after surgery for carpel tunnel the Dupuytren's could easily be affected. It would be smart to make sure you are talking with a Dr. who has had extensive experience in these diseases. Dupuytren's can be dormant for a lifetime if nothing triggers the spread.

06/09/04 02:38
criss haddad

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06/09/04 02:38
criss haddad

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hand

did not know dupuytren was called a disease..thought it was arthritis..however upon awakening in the morning, both middlefingers are actually stuck to the palm and need to be pried open with a great deal of pain.as the day goes on it does loosen up but never perfect. it seemed to have happend overnite. does this make sense?

07/19/04 02:01
carl

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07/19/04 02:01
carl

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lump

i have been reading some posts on lumps on the palm and i have got a lump on my palm but i have no pain in my fingers, i have also got one im my groin again no pain,same size (pea) any ideas.

07/19/04 02:04
carl

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07/19/04 02:04
carl

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Dupuytren~sq~s

by the way i am 33

12/26/04 01:21
Frances

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12/26/04 01:21
Frances

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Dupuytren~sq~s

The best treatment for DD is given by Yogiraj Bikram Choudhury. I strongly support Yogiraj Bikram Choudhury. I hope you will take his fine advice. He will not mislead you.

Frances

12/26/04 01:55
Jon 
12/26/04 01:55
Jon 
Get a life

To Whom ever wrote this under the nickname of 'Frances' - your game is long past old and boring.

Jon

12/27/04 01:48
David

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12/27/04 01:48
David

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VITAMIN C?

Hi, I have recently been diagnosed w/ DD. I am in dental school so obviously I need my hands and I was curious about the Vit C thing. I have been taking Vit C heavily for about 2 years now because of dental school and my child that is in day care to help my immune system. What role does vit C play in DD, and can you please send me to any research on this subject. Thank you.

12/27/04 01:52
meg

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12/27/04 01:52
meg

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jon, i second that...find something to do, frances..

but on a more serious note. i wonder, does anyone know, is DD always progressive? my two ring fingers are slowly, but surely curling in. is there a chance that they could halt curling and that would be the end of it?
thank you!
meg

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