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... The reason I asked about ibuprofen is because it inhibits bone fusion. I was just wanting to know how soon after the fusion do people that have had neck fusion feel OK to take it? ... (4 replies)
... right after surgery when I would swallow it would sound like there was air wooshing in my ear, but it cleared up by the next day. ... (9 replies)
... inflammatory drugs are not allowed after spinal fusion surgeries until there is radiological evidence that fusion has successfully occurred. ... (7 replies)

... now. He is a bit on the liberal side, so I don't trust what he says. LOL. He also told me I could go to NYC a month after a 2 level fusion.....NO PROBLEM. I waited till 4 months and even that was rough. ... (4 replies)
... and aspirn after surgery as all are known to inhibit fusion. ... (12 replies)
... I've asked Saucer to come over and speak to you. She is just recovering from a major fusion that involved C2. She has tried driving. ... (46 replies)
... done, or could I then have a fusion ? ... (7 replies)
... done, or could I then have a fusion ? ... (6 replies)
... ortho right away and hopefully start physical therapy. Unlike last time, when my family doctor told me for over a year that all I had was arthritis and to take ibuprofen !! ... (3 replies)
... naproxin, and aspirin thus usually not permitted in the first 6 to 12 mo after fusion surgery. ... (24 replies)
... Doc said that the greater the number of fusion levels, the lesser the success rate. ... (39 replies)
... They won't automatically offer it in some cases if you don't tell them you need help. The general recommendation is to not take ibuprofen as studies show it might interfere with fusing. Take tylenol. ... (2 replies)
... Do you think its bad to get a steroid shot in my thigh (for bursitis) after having an ACDF C5-C7 .....15 weeks ago? Is it like taking ibuprofen.....a NO NO? Can that interfere with the fusion? (3 replies)
... lateral foramenotomies and laminectomies on Monday morning so your report is much appreciated. My neck is already fused From C3 to T1 after breaking it and too don't have that much pain but did decide to retire...but I'm 60. I can pick up the grandkids and do just about everything I want to do. ... (2 replies)
... r little ones on legs and arms but one on my neck is horrifying. I was also told to rub vitamin E on the scar. It was interesting that the list of meds such as ibuprofen not to take for 8 months was also listed no oral vitamin E. ... (53 replies)
... Thanks Deb and Chatter for your replies. Sorry you're going thru this too. It just stinks, did a abit of raking and ouch! I don't take pain meds, only ibuprofen for fear of addiction. I usually just go recline in my chair after these episodes, but, so sick of forgoing plans with others in fear of pain! ... (9 replies)
... I think it helps but I am going to ask if I can use it 2 times a day because I think in the afternoon it either fades or I just get into worse pain after being up and moving all day. ... (4 replies)
... surgeons a crap over here too!!!! onto the subject of meds.... i do have an appointment for pain management.....on may 22nd...just after a year since my surgery...good eh. ... (9 replies)
... cervical fusion with plate in July 02. My arms, shoulders are hurting as well as my neck. My legs are weak and I don't sleep well. ... (3 replies)
... Almost everyone who posts on this forum states that they were told to stay away from ibuprofen as it inhibits fusion. I don't understand why my neurosurgeon would prescribe this treatment if this is the case. Has anyone else been prescribed this treatment? ... (10 replies)


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