According to the blog for team sponsor Repsol, Pedrosa confirmed that he would return this weekend at Le Mans.
"My recovery has gone well, I think I was right to be patient and take it slowly, and to respect the time frames that I needed," he said.
"Now, finally, I can tell you that I will be in Le Mans this weekend."
Pedrosa, 29, had surgery on April 3 due to a problem common among motorcycle racers when pressure builds up in the forearm and causes intense pain.
This in turn makes riding a bike particularly difficult when the muscle becomes too big for the 'sack' that it sits in.
In his absence Pedrosa was preplaced by stand-in Hiroshi Aoyama, who teamed up with double world champion Marc Marquez in the US, Argentine and Spanish GP's.