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The doctor says that I have trigger thumb and insists that it is not related to the surgery.
I use my hands a lot for work and this is really impairing for me. I am not someone that is quick to sue for frivolous reason. However I am angry that I have this pain and reduced range of motion because the CTR surgery.
If the surgeon had advised me of this possible outcome after CTR surgery, I would have lived with what I had, which was more livable and less painful than trigger thumb.
What are my options?Surgery for CTR was 4 months ago, instead trigger thumb started 4 weeks ago. Doctor says it is unrelated. I don't believe it and researching online I find out that most of the folks that have trigger fingers have had CTR surgery. This should have been disclosed to me prior to surgery.
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