@adriennes I am also female and most of my issues are in my median nerve in my right forearm and hand. I have significant and severe nerve damage in my hand. Plus the wasting of pronator in forearm. Also anterior interosseous syndrome.This started last September and is continuing to be a problem. I will say that things are gradually getting better. At first the ends of my fingers were so hypersensitive that I couldn’t stand touching anything, particularly metal. Since I spend my workday at a computer typing was terrible, and I spent several weeks typing one-handed. I still can only use the mouse with my left hand so that’s been fun since I’m right handed. The other thing that’s been helpful is that I am a remote employee so no one in my office really knows what I went through. Although that’s a double-edged sword because I think if I was in the office I would’ve been on disability instead of doing nothing but work and then sitting on the couch with a heating pad for a number of weeks. It’s like I lost about two plus months of my life, but I’m not going to complain too much because many folks here have it much worse. PT was great, best thing about it was understanding that it’s necessary to push myself to get better. Are you able to do any PT yet?