Pretty much the same for me. They wanted to operate when I was in my late teens by putting some kind of metal plate in there.Most friends and strangers did not notice it unless I pointed it out. Another problem I have is called either disclocated radial heads or radial subluxation. Which is highly noticeable because my left arm is bent about 45 deg. While my right one is bent about 30 deg. I find that the older I get the worse it gets. And also the pain increases.View Thread
I was born the same way " both arms." They noticed it when I was about 3. Every six months I was examined, poked prodded measured an x-rayed by a team of Dr's. that just scratched their heads. In 1965 when I was 11 they said there was only about 7 known cases in the U.S. Yes a lot of pain since I was young and my left arm cannot open beyond 45 degrees. To turn my wrists up or down I have to rotate my entire arm and shoulder. To most of the medical community this is unknown and have had a lot of problems in society. One just has to learn to do things differently.View Thread
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