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... Thanks. Love the avatar, LOL!! (11 replies)
... I read that it was quite common too. Don't really think it's serious unless it interferes with something you need to rely on for feeling. (11 replies)
... I've been reading that this is quite common-I forgot to ask my NS today when I saw him. I asked him every thing else I wanted to but that slipped my mind. Is this serious-I am 4 months post op and from what I've read it's from the nerves being cut. (11 replies)

... Thought I would provide a quick update as I approach week 5 on Wednesday. Overall, I'm doing quite well although one wishes you were always doing better! My incision site is great and never did cause me any difficulty. I massage Bio Oil onto it once or twice a day in hopes of riding the scar tissue. ... (0 replies)
... ications. The surgeon was expecting to perform a bone graft from my Iliac Crest, however this wasn't necessary! I was so happy when I realized this. The pain and numbness in my left arm has all but disappeared. ... (4 replies)
... and my back is still slightly numb, generally around the incision site and my shoulder blades. but i feel great other wise and realize how truly blessed i am!! ... (2 replies)
... arm pain, incision site, throat, etc. is just no big deal...feels far! Thanks for your input and experience. ... (11 replies)
... C7. I am still having quite a bit of spasm and numbness intermittently down the surgery side. I also have burning in my head and ear. ... (4 replies)
... collar! The incision site etc don't hurt at all, its more in the bone while it heals. ... (17 replies)
... yes the lump just showed up, thanks (6 replies)
Hey Renee016
Apr 21, 2003
... I still have some numbness but most of it is gone. Itchy at incision site sometimes but not bad. ... (8 replies)
... just mending back together on the outside.. I guess that will leave less scarring. I go back to the surgeon tomorrow and I guess I ll find out if this persistent numbness and pain I have in my arms and hands will ever go away. I am having sporadic muscle spasms in my upper back and shoulder but nothing I cannot deal with. ... (79 replies)
... for surgery this would lead to a more permenant severe disability.Pain was very severe along upper back and arms for months leading to surgery with accompanying numbness and weakness into thumb and forefingers. ... (79 replies)
One week Post OP
Aug 26, 2002
... mile. My strength has pretty much returned. Although much better, my left leg was weak tonight and still some trembling. I hope that goes away soon. My incision site has some numbness. Anybody else have that? ... (2 replies)
How Are You Jeff?
Aug 26, 2002
... Hey Jen, Well 1 week has passed since surgery and I can't believe how good I feel. I feel like I should be back at work, but I am going to enjoy the time off. I've been going for rides (not driving). I go to the doctor tomorrow. Hope the X-Ray has improving results. You sure were right about those bendable straws. I have used a box and a half so far. I still have... (3 replies)
... extreme sensitivity at the surgery site on my left side and my back where the rods are. I swear I can feel them in there and the entire area hurts constantly, more so when I switch positions. ... (23 replies)
... I hope you will do well with your healing, the graft site might heal up and do well with you, everyone is different. ... (8 replies)
... in a car until my 4 week check up on the 22 nd of feb..........Having 2 surgically sites has really slowed me down alot..........but I really feel good......the numbness in my hands and arm are surgery must have been a legs don't hurt anymore........I am not taking pain meds either ........ ... (8 replies)
... I can stop wearing neck brace, don't need physical therapy. The lump in my throat will slowly get better but the odd, sharp pain in my incision might get worse as the nerves heal for the next couple months, but that will taper off by month 6. ... (1 replies)
... I worry about addiction. The incision is healing nicely. Sleep is a favorite pasttime and atrophy is seemingly a necessary part of the healing process. Therapy is scheduled to start in a few weeks. ... (16 replies)

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