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mri, x-rays and wrist specialist concluded my ganglions is inoperable due to it growing the wrong way and being highly focused in the area of nerve and tendons - i.e they say surgery is too risky.
currently i cannot use the hand for anything that puts any weight on it at all (picking up a kettle is too much).
i'm struggling to swallow the 'end of the medical road' advise to 'become left handed' or give up on any activities i used to do. i also cant seem to grasp (excuse the pun) the concept that what is classed as a minor (ignore it and it'll go away) medical problem has somehow in my case become a 'for the rest of your life disability'.
Anyone out there who's in a similar position and what did you do?
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