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Numbness in hand
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06/17/03 02:34
Mike

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06/17/03 02:34
Mike

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Thank you, Sean!

Sean,
I have appreciated your input to this forum. It has been professional and very helpful. Don't let you detractors get in your way of providing a good service to those of us who are looking for informed advice.
Thanks, Mike

06/17/03 02:38
Jim

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06/17/03 02:38
Jim

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Gary Sean now Mike

Sounds like Sean has adopted a new alias.

06/17/03 02:53
TOm

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06/17/03 02:53
TOm

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Gary Sean now Mike

I think perhaps he's schizophrenic. After his recent tirade I was beginning to think he'd had a breakdown. Perhaps his meds have been readjusted and another personality has surfaced.

06/17/03 02:03
Mary Beth & Richard

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06/17/03 02:03
Mary Beth & Richard

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schizophrenic or what ever?

Tom,
It could be schizophrenia. Help me out here, it has
been a long time since psychology 101. What is the dif-
ference between schizophrenia and just multiple personalities/names? All I know is that each personality
sounds narcisstic. No such luck that any Meds are going to
work for this Med! Also, why IS this poster so adamant
about getting other's doctor's names? He has so sanctimon-
iously refused to give his. The bad news is "our computer
was down for awhile, the good news was, none of him!!
Good luck,
Mary Beth & Richard

06/18/03 02:32
Fred 
06/18/03 02:32
Fred 
schizo

He's a passive-aggressive type with deep anger & a chip on his shoulder. Also has no ethics, blows things others say out of proportion and then accuses people here in the forum by name, as if their opinions were less than his own.

06/18/03 02:17
MIke

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06/18/03 02:17
MIke

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Is it me?

Who is he talking about, Sean? SHUT UP, MIKE! He's not talking about you. He talking about Gary.

08/11/03 02:16
Katye

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08/11/03 02:16
Katye

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Numb, stiff, painful right hand

I have suffered 5 years with a very painful, numb, stiff, right hand, 24 hours a day. I had CTS - made no difference.

Does anyone relate to this? Any advice appreciated!

08/20/03 02:38
John B

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08/20/03 02:38
John B

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Carpal Tunnel, DC and Trauma

Guys,

Had a nasty accident two years ago where some explosives went off in my left hand. I contracted DC soon after, and have problems with stereognosis and carpal tunnel syndrome (numbness etc). After about 7 sessions with my hand therapist (who is WONDERFUL, forget about orthopods!!!), we were able to get rid of 90% of the pain (including the pain associated with the "painless" DC nodule/cord" by wearing a lymphodema glove during the day, and a wrist splint at night. I live in Brisbane, Aust, so am happy to share my experiences with any "locals".

Cheers,

J

08/21/03 02:43
JERRY 
08/21/03 02:43
JERRY 
TRAUMA

John,

Thank you for sharing your experience with TRAUMA induced Dupuytren's as well as the outcome of your therapy episode.

You have been helpful to all.

THUMBS UP!

08/21/03 02:50
Scott

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08/21/03 02:50
Scott

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Spasms in Hand

My DC is real aggressive and lately I've been having spasms and twitches in the hand. Anyone else had this problem?

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