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... Nancyjune, Many thanks for your so comforting words. Indeed the decision-making process is so painful, since my will is accepting right now the surgery, in the expectative of solving the problem and thatís it. But on the other hand I realize it may not be so straightforward, because surgery may not be so successful as I would desire, has a huge amount of risks, and also... (6 replies)
... Nancyjune, Many thanks for your so comforting words. Indeed the decision-making process is so painful, since my will is accepting right now the surgery, in the expectative of solving the problem and that’s it. But on the other hand I realize it may not be so straightforward, because surgery may not be so successful as I would desire, has a huge amount of risks, and also... (6 replies)
... op. The recovery and healing has been excellent so far. And I am very careful in regards to no bending, lifting, or twisting. ... (6 replies)

... ter I returned home the pain was bad once the anesthesia wore off and I could not put any pressure at all on my my arms as far as getting in and out of bed. UGH. Recovery was about 5 months in that case. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, both doctors I talked to went posterior because off the rods and screws plus u take the chance of damaging nearves having to do with swallowing . It's now 8 weeks and doing pretty good , only sore when I do to much at work. Therapy beats ya up but is a good thing . (7 replies)
... I hope your surgery went well and your recovery is going well. ... (7 replies)
... Keriflys, thanks for your response and I'm sorry to hear you have been suffering with such pain. I certainly don't discount the possiblity (likelihood) of significant pain throughout my recovery, but it does seem like you may have built a tolerance to the pain killers that limited their effectiveness for you. Having said that, what do I know? I hope you are improving. Your... (20 replies)
... T1 cervical posterior laminectomy and fusion. Obviously, this is major surgery, so I obtained a second opinion from another top doctor in town. ... (20 replies)
... I seem to be on a solid track of recovery at this time. I met with my Neurologist on Monday the 17th to review my latest mri and things look really good. ... (29 replies)
... Hi, I had the same operation at the same level in July also. How is your recovery going? ... (1 replies)
... Here is my little story about my hospital adventure. After the operation I can remember lying down in the recovery room with a nurse washing my hair and could hear two nurses talking. ... (29 replies)
... iplash as there is nothing but skin covering the cord now. I also had a couple of the facets removed and the surgeon had to cut through the muscles as well so my recovery did take a long time. Perhaps you can tell me about your operation? ... (29 replies)
... the symptoms I had and I am still experiencing most of them. The dent at the back of the neck I do have as well. I have photos. Everybody is different with their recovery and I would expect your operation was different and probably for different reasons. ... (29 replies)
... I need more information about the surgery, and what to expect as far as recovery time, etc. Thank you for all your help. I appreciate it. ... (1 replies)
... S1 laminectomy this past July 2012. I had no numbness before surgery and now I have bad numbness in my foot and ankle, and some numbness on my calk and upper thigh. ... (2 replies)
... Hey rockenmama, thanks for your reply. Good luck with your 2 ACDF! You are right that you will know more in a year after surgery about what kind of recovery you will make. The same was said to me after I had my surgery. Unfortunately not all of my problems were resolved, but a lot did. ... (15 replies)
... I just joined today and have spent most of the day reviewing posts and responses. I feel like this Board is a lifesaver. My MRI results are not pretty. Key excerpts: C2-C3: Disc space height is preserved. There a small central posterior disc osteophyte complex without significant neural foraminal narrowing or central stenosis. C3-C4: There is... (4 replies)
... I had a laminectomy with fusion from c3to T1 December 1st. Before surgery I had few symptoms. Sporadic shoulder and arm pain and occasional tingling, but no myelopothy symptoms. ... (7 replies)
... year recovery time. ... (14 replies)
... op with a surgery who's recovery time is measured in years, not weeks. ... (14 replies)


Associated Tags: asymptomatic, central pain syndrome, cervical, cervical canal stenosis, cervical laminectomy, cervical stenosis, foraminotomy, fusion, laminectomy, laminectomy & fusion, laminoplasty, myelopathy, surgery

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