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OP here :) Had to make an account to say - thank you! Talked to my mother and it seems she also has her nerve pinched at the elbow so I guess I inherited it. Unfortunately, looking at my chosen field :P And I've already spent 3 years studying, I am definetly NOT giving up now just because of some stupid uncooperative arm. Also because university here is free, but only if you finish it on the first try. You get one extra year if you want to change fields or fail a year or whatever, but that's it. Everything else you have to pay. Unfortunately I already spent my extra year due to unrelated medical reasons. Oh well...
By ThePaaaaaain - / Friday 5 October 2018 19:38 /
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By  nentenkupo  |  15

The issues could have shown up after she chose her major

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  nentenkupo  |  15

The issues could have shown up after she chose her major

By  Lola Alcorn  |  3

When I was in college I had similar issues, only steroid injections could help for a little while. They ended up finding out that my nerve was getting pinched in my elbow. I got surgery to fix it, the surgeon said he could see the nerve was flattened. Now I use my arm more and am pain free. I suggest going to a doctor and start figuring out what is causing the problem. If you have what I did no amount of NSAIDs will help (or any natural remedy)

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  Zivc  |  3

OP here :) Had to make an account to say - thank you! Talked to my mother and it seems she also has her nerve pinched at the elbow so I guess I inherited it. Unfortunately, looking at my chosen field :P
And I've already spent 3 years studying, I am definetly NOT giving up now just because of some stupid uncooperative arm. Also because university here is free, but only if you finish it on the first try. You get one extra year if you want to change fields or fail a year or whatever, but that's it. Everything else you have to pay. Unfortunately I already spent my extra year due to unrelated medical reasons. Oh well...

By  Lucia Lovecraft  |  5

I know how you feel, I have chronic nerve inflammation in my left arm. Thankfully it’s not my dominant hand but it’s a pain still when I’m trying to do chemistry in the labs. Hope you get seen to by a doctor, they might have to x-ray your arm

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