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... Was wondering if anyone else has had this problem after their fusion. One year ago I had a double fusion with cages and screws, rods ect. ... (8 replies)
... I know that when I'm in a great deal of pain I seem to get what I consider a hot flash...just an overwhelming inner heat in my body that results in excessive persperation and this coming from someone who rarely sweats. ... (8 replies)
... Hey all. This has been very interesting. I am going to look into the Sympathetic Nervous System . I do think it could be due to the adrenal glands(as far as sweating) but not the blood pressure. My Dr. explained that your adrenal glands can overload when too much stress is put on the body and "MIND". This causes adrenal fatigue. It can be very serious if they would happen... (8 replies)

... I had the same thing happen after the same exact surgery and I am now diabietic after all of the events from the surgery... ... (8 replies)
... menopause. Never heard the link of sweating and the back. It is interesting. I will look into it. ... (8 replies)
... outside of the both sides of the actual column itself.this could directly affect the para sympathetic too.i ended up somehow with SNS damage from my spinal cord surgery but have heard of others who just had a fusion done and also ended up with it too.have you noticed ANY changes at all with either one of your eyes in any way? ... (8 replies)
... I had major hot and cold flashes, I think it was the oxycontin or something related to the surgery this lasted a few months. I would wake up dripping sweat, take off all my clothes open the window, wake up freezing put on all my clothes and ten blankets. ... (8 replies)
... I have to agree with gracefulone, I too get extremely hot and sweat or I am freezing and this is the summer. At night I'm all covered up then all the covers come off and this goes on all night, during the day too. I never asked my doctor about it, I just figured I was having hot flashes, never figuring it could have something to do with the surgery. mew (8 replies)
... I'm with mewcamaro on this. I first saw this in terminal cancer patients near their end when I was a young teenager. In less than 2 seconds they would go from completely dry - to completely wet. Sometimes I could hear a slight wimper from the person. It was like you blinked and were somewhere else. It was hard for the brain to comprehend the change. There have been... (8 replies)




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