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... Karen: :wave: I am 39 and had a C5-C7 ACDF on 5/18/06. I was in the hospital for 2 nights (partly due to the fact I did not sleep at ALL the first night and partly due to the fact I wanted to have the pain control that the IV allowed, so my doctor and I agreed on a second night). Medical insurance will, generally, pre-authorize 1-2 nights in the hospital. Any more than... (6 replies)
... Hi icedad, Sounds like you've got your winter all planned out. Just kidding. I've been there, done that twice. First time c6/7 and the second a year later c5/6. It worked well for about 12 years. The first fusion was done with donor bone. It was late 1989. Subsequently I found out later the donor bone wasn't so good then because AIDS fear was affecting the cadaver quality.... (1 replies)
... Hello Everyone :wave: I had a Cervical Fusion & Discectomy with plating & allograph on level C5-6 on Monday. Unfortunately, the day after surgery I had what they think might be a panic attack. My throat closed up and I couldn't breathe. The nurses said that my sat oxygen level was at 82. They also did a chest x-ray right in my room and found out that I developed... (15 replies)

... I completely understand what you are going through. I have broadbased stenosis myself. It is mild at levels above 3, moderate to severe at levels 4-6 and mild again at c7. Congential for me. I am 46 and also had collapsed, bulged disk at c5, a herniation with a fragment floating and forminal problems at the nerve roots in C5-6 and causing misalignment (spondy..) . Lots of... (13 replies)
... I just signed up. I had my first fusion in 1992 (C5-C6) with a bone from my hip. I gained back most of my strength, except I encountered some atrophe in my right pectoral muscle and on the right side of my neck. I managed to deal with some on-going pain without medication. My second surgery was in 2000 on C4-C5 with a cadavar bone and a titanium plate. I have much more... (2 replies)
... Well, A reivsion means to take out the titanium plate/screws and install a new one. I did not fuse correctly. The interbody cages will be used instead of harvesting bone from my hip as they did my first surgery. They insert a needle to draw some bone marrow out of the bone and put it int he cage and your done! I jsut need some info. on post op pain etc... I had the same... (4 replies)
... Hi, Would like to hear from anyone that has had a acdf c5-6-7 revision surgery. I am scheduled for this next month along with a new acdf c4-5- and possible ??? at c3-4. Any information will be welcomed. I am scared out of my face. Lori laminectomy L4-5 2001 ACDF C5-6-7 2002 POST. LAMI-FORAMINOTOMY-CORPECTOMY C6-7 2003 (4 replies)
... Had C5-6 procedure with Dr Jho. Surgery went fine. He found mostly bone spur. My first procedure with a local NS many years ago was mostly disc material. But with age and an old injury came the bone spur. Symptoms seem to be gone. Hopefully I am good long term. I have to give him this as far as the entry hole he went in, it looks like it will probably heal and you would never... (3 replies)
... I have been informed I need anterior cervical discetomy with fusion C5,C6,& C7 and preferably this week. I have had pain my right arm, shoulder, neck, and back, and numbness in my right hand and forearm. Also some weakness in the tricep acea. It started this summer with what I thought was a pulled shoulder muscle that would not heal. After months of being seen my... (4 replies)
... Hi, sorry if this post is long, I will try and summarise as best as possible. I'm 28, play soccer twice a week and go to the gym 3 times a week for the last 10years. 6 weeks ago I woke up in agonising pain that made my neck and back stiff for around 4 weeks in total, with symptoms changing throughout. Into week 3 I started getting throbbing pains in my arms, and shooting... (1 replies)
... I was injured on the job, had an MRI of my neck and the results are: C7-T1 minimal annular bulge,, C6-7 broad based central disc protrusion w/mild stenosis 9.9mm. minimal bilateral foraminal narrowing due to uncinate process hypertrophy.... C5-6 mild annular bulge and right central disc herniation with mild cord deformity and severe central stenosis 7.2mm canal severe right... (4 replies)
... On July 3, 2014, I had a 3 level acdf on C3-4. C4-5, and C5-6. At my 2 week checkup, my x-rays showed that the lowest level, C5-6, the hardware was not taking hold. So, I was set for another surgery one week later, July 25, 2014, to repair the hardware at that level. I have osteoporosis and very thin bone, so my doctor put in a larger plate and screws. I do not have to... (1 replies)
... Hi. I have been through PT, chiropractic, acupuncture, homeopathy, and three Epidural Steroid Injections (in L5S1 only). I've been focussed on L5-S1 with neuro because that's the major pain generator right now. They are talking PLIF. Sent MRI report to Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania for a second opinion and I see them Thursday. They are concerned with the... (2 replies)
... Join Date: Oct 2013 Location: Scotland Posts: 1 Scooter Bert HB User Post Re: C5/6 & C6/7 discecotomy and fusion Hi Biddlebob your story mirrors my experienceI have been treated for Arthritis for at least 15 years many things have happned it was not untill just over a year ago I complained about tingling in my fingers things changed I had an operation on my spine via... (16 replies)
... I just had my 2nd neurosurgeon consultation, this time it was someone I specifically asked for after much research. He basically told me there are 3 options, as follows: Option 1: Do nothing. The doctor indicated that my disc at C5-6 will give me greater problems sooner/later in time; the disc will slowly degenerate further and dry out to the point when surgery will be the... (16 replies)
... Here are the results of the 2nd MRI, as follows. FINDINGS: There is 1-2 mm of dorsal subluxation at C4-5 and CS-6. The cervical vertebral bodies are unremarkable in height. There is no vertebral body fracture. The paraspincus musculature is unremarkable. There are no significant areas of marrow replacement. The atlantoaxial and the atlanta-occipital relations are... (16 replies)
... I had C5 disc replacement april 2012. Plan, per Dr. was to replace disc and fuse with a plate to C6. ... (1 replies)
... Hi everyone, my partner suffers from chronic neck pain. A few years ago he had a mri which showed degenerative disc disease at the C5 and C6. ... (10 replies)
... Dear Friends, I have no where to turn and so I turn to you. First my story, I am 33, academic, overwight who used to be a sportsman. I had felt myself invincible for so many years until just 3 weeks ago. I had a ultra long flight (20 hrs) and the following day I felt a aching neck and realised I cannot bend my head back much as there will be an acute... (3 replies)
... I hade c5/6 ACDF Oct 2011 and recovery was not too bad. Now Im having anterior c5 & c6 corpectomy, c4/5 & c6/7 fusion, and posterior wiring on Dec 10 2012. Ive heard that going through the back is always worse. Im sorry that you having such a hard time. Ive been trying to prepare for the pain. Most people I talk to are surprised that Im so much done. Im in pain everyday and... (5 replies)

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