I had trigger release surgery on my middle finger on 10/26/12 . It was stiff and sore when stitches were removed. Went to OT then had a cyst removed on the other side. It was cut much deeper then I thought it would be it made the pain worse. Most of the scar tissue is broken up a little remains but I have so much pain I can't stand it when I use it at times. It is sensative to pressure on the surgical area. The wound from the cyst is slow to heal it is between the two finger I had done. My OT doesn't understand why I have so much pain. I have full range and almost all my strenght. She said the doc may do another steriod injection to break up the rest of the scar tissue. I am depressed and having trouble doing my job . I just want my life and hand backView Thread
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