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... I had my surgery over 2 years ago and woke up feeling great. The numbness and the pain were completely gone. ... (8 replies)
... Three months out and my incision is barely noticeable. It looks amazing. ... (3 replies)
I'm in denial...
Dec 16, 2005
... My case was a bit unusual, symptoms were a gait and general right side coordination problems, numbness and tremors, but no pain. ... (12 replies)

... after being damaged in this way. Also, my NS said that the numbness might take up to 6 months to completely subside, so patience is the key. ... (15 replies)
... and a large area of residual numbness anterior to the incision. ... (79 replies)
... The numbness at the incision site is normal. Sometimes it can take up to a full year for the nerves to recover. Sometimes they won't recover completely, but more often than not they do. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, I started lurking in this board prior to my surgery and have learned a lot. I was impressed by the support and comradeship I saw here. However, I did not feel that I had enough to contribute then, so I did not register to be a member. Now that I have gone through what some have gone through, I can share my experience. Background: I am a 40-year-old male. I... (4 replies)
... ber of 2010 I started to have odd sensation on my right leg. My Dr. tried all sorts of things and nothing helped, in December of the same year I started to feel numbness in all of my fingers up my left hand and arm. ... (1 replies)
... I too had ruptured discs at those same levels. I also had numbness in my hands and kept dropping things... ... (17 replies)
... Hey Molly, Im also 5 months post op and my insision site and above is still numb. ... (10 replies)
... Im getting my strength back. I dont have to take any pain meds. I still have numbness at my incision site to my chin. Has anyone got their numbness back yet? ... (0 replies)
... also with a corpectomy at 5. I also had the numbness under the chin. I am happy to tell you that it does get better. At least in my case it has. ... (2 replies)
... Recently I've been having some stiffness and I still have some numbness under my chin and itchy at incision site. ... (8 replies)
... BDW, if you have any doubts about your voice, or just to leave no stone unturned, would you consider seeing whoever it is that specializes in voices? It's always tough to be one of those unusual patients, and if this is your doc's first difficulty, perhaps it's best to also check with another authority. Sherry, I am not numb much under my chin, but under my navel (above... (12 replies)
Acdf
Mar 30, 2016
... A few new things I didn't mention yet ... I noticed my neck has a sizable area above the main incision site, even extending to my lower chin, that is significantly numb. ... (27 replies)
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... A medical person lecturing you in the ER for not having insurance is a violation of the law. (11 replies)
... That just stinks. How is not having insurance against the law? What if you absolutely cannot afford insurance, are you suppose to not eat or let your home go into foreclosure because you need that money for health insurance. That's just ridiculous. There are people out there that just cannot afford to be insured, it's sad that they are treated like second class citizens. ... (11 replies)
... In my case it wasn't any insurance company-I don't have insurance. The delay in treatment for me was because I didn't have insurance and no one would take me locally. The neurosurgeon I have is a Trauma/Acute Care Neurosurgeon for one of the hospitals here. I was referred to him after going to that hospitals ER after 6 months of conservative treatment and being turned away... (11 replies)
... I pray that this is the one and only surgery you need. If you do start to have symptoms, again, call the NS as soon as you can, and get to the bottom of whatever it is before it goes too far; I'm sure you already know this. With me, and here's the sad part, my NS knew I had some instability in the disc above my first surgery as well as below, but, the insurance company... (11 replies)




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