For De Quervain's tenosynovitis, what would help with pain?
I don't know. That's a pretty specific thing. I know a lot of times people do have De Quirvains release surgery. I do not know what the percent success rate is for De Quirvains release surgery, but given that it is a very specific condition, I would hope that the success rates are pretty high. Anytime you do surgery on the hands or feet, you do run the risk of CRPS or Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. So, it’s important to keep that in mind as well, especially if you've had it before. That's an important consideration. Sometimes taking vitamin C 500 milligrams twice a day can help reduce the risk of CRPs.