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Dear patient forum
I experienced a fall to the right hand twelve months ago causing type 1 CRPS, being a pianist by profession there is always a swelling in the hand after playing the piano with a slight tingling sensation around the median nerve, but no severe pain. The hand continues to be swallon around the flexor retinaculum area and has never resurfaced back to it's natural shape after the fall of twelve months ago. My specialist has booked an appointment for an ultrasound guided steriod injection.. as mentioned there is no pain.. but swelling continues. Given the above symptoms could anyone please give advice as wethere to go ahead with the steroid injection? Given the risks.
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