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... 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)
... At age 37ish I developed bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome and even though the nerve conduction test wasn't conclusive, my orthopod did release surgery on both wrists. ... (19 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 know for me, the fatigue was a long battle and came from the type of anesthesia they use for spine surgery. ... (15 replies)
... I have stenosis in the neck area and ouch all the time...the pain is constant and more severe with just turning head left, right, up or down. Fatigue of this area as the day goes on.. ... (6 replies)
... he did a couple of basic blood tests which showed nothing. I have started to feel much better lately, thank God. I hope the trend continues. I still feel leg fatigue a few times a day. It's weird, it seems to be much more prevalent from noon till 3pm and I feel best at night. ... (15 replies)
... Michael, I wish I had a helpful answer for you! I don't have a lot of experience in this area except for my own surgery. I did not have your level of fatigue except only after mushroom hunting and walking several miles in the woods. Now I'm only tired because I stay up too late and get up too early. ... (15 replies)
... neck surgery 11 months a part. ... (16 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)
... 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. ... (5 replies)
... Gradually return to your normal activities. Fatigue is common and expected. Let pain be your guide. Walking is encouraged. Start with a short distance and gradually increase to 1 to 2 miles daily. ... (6 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)
... prayed my shoulder problem was causing most of my pain. In the meantime the cervical problems became more severe. I went through with the shoulder surgery hoping it would take care of alot of my problems only to discover this was not the case. ... (16 replies)
... C7 almost three months ago and I remember that for the first two days after surgery I couldn't sleep but just a few minutes at a time while I was in the hospital. As soon as I got home I slept for seven solid hours! ... (15 replies)
... ack to work. Everyone in my office asked if my neck hurt and I said yes but really I was physically exhausted from doing nothing for the 6 weeks I was home. The fatigue you do feel is due to the surgery. Even though it's not very painful it's major surgery and your body takes a while to recover. ... (25 replies)
... with your PCP. I went through a few weeks of just feeling exhausted. I 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)
... wetness in feet and legs, and weakness and fatigue which caused some difficulties in walking. I never experienced excruciating pain as many people on this board seemed to. ... (8 replies)
... How long did your fatigue last and how severe was it for you? ... (15 replies)
... Jenny, You seem to know alot about back pain/surgery and healing time. Here is my situation. I have stenosis and steroid shots worked great for 2 years then they didn't last as long. Cat scan showed herniated disc L4-L5.I have/had severe pain in my hip and down leg, and started to get drop foot. On 8/12/2010 I had a microdiscectomy. The doctor told my wife that the disc... (8 replies)

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