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... A lot of the fatigue is from the anesthesia they use for spine surgery. ... (13 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)
... using a cadaver bone. The surgery went well, I've experienced little pain but about two days after returning home from the hospital I experienced severe fatigue in my legs and arms. It made it very difficult to even get up to go to the bathroom. ... (15 replies)

... But I can tell you 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. ... (5 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)
... 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've found that type of anesthesia really does correlate with the fatigue during recovery. The deeper the general, the more tired you are afterwards. I takes a toll on your liver and a while to get it out of your system. ... (15 replies)
... I had my surgery in September, 2012. My insurance company denied physical therapy, so I asked my surgeon what exercises I should be doing. ... (0 replies)
... c7. Although it seemed to strengthen my neck, I still continued to have headaches even after the surgery and up to this day. ... (3 replies)
... of 3 fusions, which didn't help. Several months later he was referred to a neurosurgeon to investigate the possibility that SCS would help his severe leg pain. After a trial the device was implanted and he received some relief, but not as much as he had hoped. ... (1 replies)
... Just wanted to give a quick update on visiting the Spine Specialist today. ... (0 replies)
... strips will likely fall off, and your incision should be nicely healed. If the steristrips remain after this time, you may remove them. ... (6 replies)
... I was in the hospital about to have GERD WRAP surgery and the Lord just would not give me PEACE about it. ... (12 replies)
... A good Pain managment doctor if theres no surgery or until your waiting to discover if surgery is needed. Your PM should be trying different things with you to see if any bring you relief. ... (16 replies)
... ACDF surgery caused paralysis of my right vocal cord. Part of my job was doing voice overs and that ended with my ACDF surgery. ... (4 replies)
... Should I have no relief after a month? ... (8 replies)
... surgery general fatigue made me concerned about getting dizzy. The last thing you want to do is fall in the shower. The Phys.Ther. ... (14 replies)
... injuries in both of my shoulders and had even been tested and treated for them by my PCP. Then, I had severe pain, numbness and radiculopathy in my left arm and after the MRI was sent to a neurosurgeon. ... (16 replies)
... I think my muscle problem is weakness and fatigue and sensitivity problem is cause by nerve, hopefully not the spine again. ... (3 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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