This started a few days ago. I've tried everything and thought maybe I had sprained the tips of these two fingers, but they aren't swollen. The pain is like a throbbing/sharp feeling. I don't know if it has anything to do with my decompression surgery or not. So any help would be great. I had my surgery march 13, 2013.
Hey ambyj, I also get this pain in my fingers as you are explaining along with the same exact feeling in my toes, but numbness as well. I have not went for my Chiari surgery as of yet, but went to TCI and am cleared to have the surgery when I am ready (dealing with a lot of other health issues). I am going to my neurologist on Thursday and this is on my list of things to ask. I will update you when I get an answer (hopefully!)
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