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08/07/08 07:59
wach 

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08/07/08 07:59
wach 

Administrator

NA and night splint

I believe that NA should always go with wearing a night splint for 3-6 months afterwards, just to be on the saver side. Night splints help reducing recurrence.

Wolfgang

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i forgot to mention, i tried DMSO a few years ago applying twice a day. i felt it had a negative effect on my dc, seem to cause pain and make cords tender and i felt it was speeding up the spread of my dc to other areas, also i wouldnt use it long term. after all, it is a chemical solvent that passes thru the skin. for me, not something i want introduced into my body long term. as far as i know, radiation/XRT hasnt been successful in more advanced cases of dc, but at least there is some research going on. just back 10 years ago there was only open hand surgery as an option. for me, NA (15 months ago i had 5 fingers, both palms done) only worked for 6 months till my dc was back to pre-NA condition. that really bummed me out. $3k for nothing, in fact the NA seemed to cause my dc to grow very aggresive, even more so than the open hand surgery i had 12 years ago. at least that lasted a good 5 years till pre-surgery condition returned, althought i would only resort to another open hand surgery as a last resort. 1 month after NA, both hands/fingers where almost completely straight and i thought it was amazing, but soon my dc came back with an attitude, so even NA isnt for everyone.




08/08/08 17:49
mr smithster

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08/08/08 17:49
mr smithster

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Splinting

of course i splinted at night and for a few hours each day. i could only splint for about 7 months till my contractions where at a point that the splint pressured my knuckle causing to much pain. strange you would just assume i didnt splint.

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