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... I've not have a spinal fusion. I received a spinal cord injury in 2002 while having a surgery to remove a tumor from off my spinal cord. ... (8 replies)
... op on Monday. Although I am very early in my recovery and time will ultimately tell, I consider my surgery to be huge success. I am off all meds. ... (17 replies)
Aug 20, 2003
... Yes, the itching is caused by the nerves. ... (4 replies)

... hours I think from start to finish. I dont know that if the surgery itself is that long, but prepping, etc, seems the proper time frame. ... (6 replies)
... even with a good shower, I still cannot remove the glue withuot scrubbing it with a towel. My arms and chest are a mess from this, and the itching. I also allow at least 12 hours for the skin to close b4 I apply the moistuizers. ... (47 replies)
... L4. I have numbness on the top of my right foot every morning upon waking and sometimes at other times as well. Different pain than pre surgury which was shooting pain down both legs contantly. ... (18 replies)
Post-op ITCHING!
Aug 22, 2011
... Strips caused them to itch like crazy. Also, somehow managed to develop a slight infection at the incision site, despite the best attempts of me and my husband to keep it clean. ... (6 replies)
... Ruth, I thank you for your response, and i greatly appreciate it. :) GBU and may you have continued success with your recovery. (7 replies)
... My consultant took one look at my MRI and recommended a fusion due to lumbar spondylosis and spondilolisthesis. I have permanent nerve damage down my right leg which has resulted in numbness. ... (7 replies)
... lately. My goodness you have really been through the mill. I would love to know who they have for your Pain Management Dr. I love mine. I had a different one at first and he wasn't very useful if you know what I mean. ... (0 replies)
... was in the injection they gave you at the ER. ... (3 replies)

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