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... A lot of the fatigue is from the anesthesia they use for spine surgery. ... (13 replies)
... I have had just about every kind of anesthesia there is and even mixed anesthesia like a neve block and a general together. Even had the stuff that are blaming for Michael Jackson's death..Diprovan...for cataract surgery. ... (15 replies)
... As for the fatigue, the anesthesia they use for neck surgery is some of the deepest they ever use. They don't want you to "twitch" during surgery! So you are put under very, very deeply. ... (4 replies)

... I know for me, the fatigue was a long battle and came from the type of anesthesia they use for spine surgery. It's is VERY deep to keep you from any movement while they are working around the cord. ... (15 replies)
... You know, I remember being told as I was going in for my ACDF that they would deliberately keep the anesthesia light as they needed me to respond to commands during the procedure. ... (13 replies)
... thought along the same lines as Jenny, not to mention the trauma on your body from spinal surgery alone. It passed but it was strange as it did not hit me right after surgery but a couple weeks after. ... (15 replies)
... Jenny Sorry I didnt get back to you sooner. My biggest symptom is I have major pain between my shoulder blades and then i have pain that shoots down the whole right side of my body. When it is really bad, I have his pain right between my breast bone, it feels lie I have swallowed a horse pill that got stuck in my throat. That is killer. I also have other issue with my... (5 replies)
... ou something about spine surgery as I've had 2 major cervical spine surgeries and I'm fused from C3 to T1 already. You may read in some of the other threads that fatigue after surgery is a big thing. The anesthesia they use for spine surgery is different from any other surgery....very, very deep..... ... (5 replies)
... Anesthesia can do odd things to the body. It kind of puts everything to sleep and it takes weeks to wake all the way up. It could be thyroid. After surgery it takes me 4-6 weeks to get straight again with my thyroid. You might have a sensitive thyroid and it is now sluggish for a while. Your doctor will find it if they run a TSH test. Another thing if you had been... (15 replies)
... Sheesh..this is the best spine forum yet! Would like feedback and advice on my situation, please. After a car accident with a mild to moderate whiplash, my symptoms emerged months later: heavy legs, weak legs, stiff lower legs, balance problems and some dizzyness, fatigue with occasional shuffle-gait. All symptoms dis-appeared with prednisone and some anti-inflammatories for... (3 replies)
... Should I have no relief after a month? ... (8 replies)
... Spinal surgery takes a long time to heal. The spine has a memory and it remembers being hurt for a long time even after the problem is fixed. ... (8 replies)

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