Are There any Complications for the Surgery?
Although the risk of complications with trigger finger surgery is low. In some cases bleeding, may arise due to damage to the blood vessels in the hand. Nevertheless, these are usually minor and can be easily managed by the doctor.
Postoperative pain is likely to occur after surgical procedures on the hand, which is normal. This pain is usually only temporary and your doctor may provide a pain reliever to help you manage it.
You may experience a feeling of numbness in your hand after the surgery due to the anesthetic. This is only temporary and should not last more than a few weeks. While there is a small chance of hand injury or infection during the procedure, modern techniques and careful sterilization have made these complications virtually non-existent.