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... Hello, I'm 2 wks post ACDF. About 2 days ago, I first noticed some slight swelling just above the incision site. It's slowly gotten worse, to the point that today I'm starting to really wonder about it. Of course, today it's Friday and there's no reaching the NS til Monday. ... (2 replies)
... ACF and I'm doing OK. I noticed today that my incision has started bleeding and oozing. The incision was closed with some sort of skin glue. Is a little bleeding and oozing normal at this point? ... (11 replies)
Incision Healing
Aug 11, 2009
... I could not lift anything over about 8 pounds for 3 months. I remember the first time I had a muscle spasm, I thought my head was going to split open it hurt so bad. That was at about 6 weeks because I lifted more then I should have. ... (21 replies)

8 Days Post-Op
Jun 24, 2004
... S1 discectomy and laminectomy with decompression last Wednesday. How am I doing....ugh...well let's see...I can't really say for sure if the pain that I was originally experiencing is gone or not...I still have pain in the lower back and there is a still a little numbness in 3 toes. ... (1 replies)
... Today is Sunday. Found my way to my bed and seem to be able to tolerate my collar and a lower lying position vs. leaning against couch etc sleeping half sitting up. ... (3 replies)
Mar 14, 2006
... Aside from one issue, I feel fantastic. I'd like to hop on the treadmill, start driving again, etc. ... (11 replies)
... I haven't been on this board for a long time. ... (12 replies)
... Hi There, I am not sure if i can be of any help but i can tell you of my experience and give you some of my ideas. ... (6 replies)

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