A member asked:

I had a ganglyon surgery 2 days ago. when i do a forward thrust with my hand i feel my thumb and index finger a little numb is this normal?left hand

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Dr. Prem Gupta answered

Specializes in neurology

It seems that ganglion may have been right in the mid wrist on front side. If so, that is also where median nerve travels. The swelling from surgery may be causing temporary symptoms and it should subside once the swelling resolves. Talk to your surgeon.

Answered Jan 25, 2014



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