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I have medial epicondylar release & ulnar nerve decompression on5/9/14. I still have swelling and sharp pains numb elbow. Is that normal?

Yes. That is a very tender area of the body and those particular procedures can cause lingering pain. It will improve but be sure to tell your surgeon and ask for a pain consult to find out your options. . Read more...
Cubital tunnel. Yes. Sometimes the pain and swelling can take months to heal. Try using an elbow guard, anti-inflammatory medications, and ice at night. Your surgeon may recommend occupational therapy to speed recovery too. . Read more...
Not normal. After almost 3 month since your surgery, I would expect you to be better unless you had significant nerve damage before surgery. I would recommend you get back into your surgeon and possibly your neurologist and have it evaluated. Read more...

I had medial epicondylar /ulnar nerve decompression 3 1/2 months ago. My elbow is still very tender to touch or set on anything. Is that normal?

See Ortho. I would visit the orthopedic surgeon who performed the surgery. 3 and 1/2 months is usually adequate to heal enough to be pain-free. Is it possible that you may have reinjured it somehow? Read more...