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Dupuytren's Contracture


Here is a bit of information on this.
My Christmas present to myself.

Let known this a hard to pronounce.
Wednesday,I am having surgery on my hand.
This is a hard lump forming on my palm.
Inability to place your palm flat on the surface
Scarlike bands forming across your palm.
Fingers bent toward your palm.

Who get this?
People whose families come from northern European countries are most likely to get this.
I had this for some time and the finger is bending more and time to have it done.
Will be going Wed.morning.
Monday is blood work and EKG to be sure about this type of surgery.
I will not be able to do any tennis playing.Boo Hoo.
Need to rest at least a couple or more weeks.
Depending on the healing process.
So will be spending some time resting at home.
Then will have some type of therapy after.
Hopefully that this will start the new year right.

posted on Nov 30, 2013 7:17 AM ()


best of luck to you. HUGS
comment by panthurdreams on Dec 22, 2013 11:54 AM ()
I hope you are feeling much better by now...
comment by kristilyn3 on Dec 17, 2013 5:53 AM ()
Glad the surgery on your hand went well and that you're healing quickly. Hopefully your other Christmas gifts to yourself won't require surgery...
comment by jaydensblog on Dec 10, 2013 11:00 AM ()
I am having some hand problems - arthritis related, but work them out for the most part without intervention. I take pine bark extract pills and most of my arthritic problems are gone. Good luck with your surgery. Keep us informed.
comment by tealstar on Dec 7, 2013 9:54 AM ()
I had the surgery done Wed.morning
It is healing very nicely and will get the stitches out in a week or so and idle for two weeks before playing tennis.Going stir crazy staying home at times and t his is not me.
At least I am driving.No need for pain pills and will not take them if I do.But no pain which is good and surprised.Must be tough.thanks for the information on the bark.I do have have arthritis on that finger.Which is good.I am able to bend,spread apart and touch my thumb.I will be glad when this is finished.
reply by fredo on Dec 7, 2013 10:02 AM ()
Ugh. An uncle had it bad, and my sister is getting there. For me, it's just arthritis of the thumb. Best wishes for a successful surgery and recovery.
comment by solitaire on Dec 2, 2013 5:08 AM ()
all is well and it was my pinkie and now I can use it.Right now no problem and just waiting for the healing process and get back to my tennis.
reply by fredo on Dec 7, 2013 10:04 AM ()
Ted had this surgery several years ago. It was a lousy Christmas gift to
give yourself. It isn't on my want list.
comment by elderjane on Dec 1, 2013 4:40 AM ()
I has this for sometime now and want to get it over with.Starting to bug me.
Want to start the New Year fresh and have this fixed and improve my tennis game.
Not a lousy gift to me,will enjoy some time off from the club and bounce back in two weeks.
We will see.This is my Christmas gift.
reply by fredo on Dec 1, 2013 5:54 AM ()
And I am having a lot of trouble with my right leg--why don't young people listen when we say don't get old?!?!!?
comment by greatmartin on Nov 30, 2013 9:35 AM ()
Listen?are you serious.Good luck with the leg there and rest.Those pictures you have shown are kind of ugly.
reply by fredo on Dec 7, 2013 10:05 AM ()

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