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... Kabatron, the second day after surgery is always the worst, pain wise. They should have told you that. Once you get past that, it's all up hill. ... (22 replies)
... A better bet is a reclining chair that hits your neck at the right point. Many people here have done that and sleep in recliner at night and sit in it during the day. ... (13 replies)
... Could my back be worse due to laying down a lot more from the surgery or just thinking about it more due to me being busy normally and not giving it much thought? ... (3 replies)

... or no pain at all? ... (5 replies)
... deltoid pain were my main complaints. ... (11 replies)
... The booklet said to make certain I take pain pills from the get go to avoid feeling the pain and ensure that I can get up and move around, which will aid my fusion and recovery, but I'd read here that I should avoid pills and rest more than move? ... (7 replies)
... m bulging again in the same areas, with osteophytes, and spinal canal stenosis again, I just cannot believe this, how in the world can this be happening so soon after my surgeries. ... (7 replies)
... As I have posted in the past, my neck never hurt when I was having neck problems. It was my shoulder. The pain was beyond belief and I lost a vast amount of feeling and use of my arm. ... (5 replies)
... back in February of 2004 after have a very large herniation on the left side. I was doing fantastic after the surgery and very greatful I had it done until last spring. ... (4 replies)
... pain. So, as far as I'm concerned, the surgery was well worth it. ... (11 replies)
C 5/6 acdf
Apr 4, 2013
... C7 after a pretty bad car accident, and I'm going to be honest with you, I was "ok" for the first couple of years, but after that I slowly starting having problems again. ... (5 replies)
... my neck clicked and crunched. ... (3 replies)
... Hoping this clears with a little more time. I was taking Gapapentin 3 times daily pre op and my NS told me that I may have to continue for a few months after surgery. ... (0 replies)
... your situation is very much like mine. The short version is that early in 2010, I experienced about 3 months of excruciating pain. I had a steriod epidural, and after about two weeks I was OK again. That lasted 3 months. I went to my surgeon, who told me that I didn't need surgery, and I went away relieved. ... (10 replies)
... Hello everyone. I had an ACDF at the C5 to C7 6 weeks ago. I had it after stuggling with nagging neck pain sfor 15 years and since I was 20 yrs of age. I am one of those rare cases that had major degeneraion real early in life. ... (5 replies)
... the only abnormalcy I had was a slowing of response time between my legs and the surgery site, according to the neurologist. My neurosurgeon is at a loss to explain it, and wants to do a myleogram next. ... (1 replies)
... I have no negatives to report. In the three weeks before surgery, I was given Darvocet to use as needed for pain and they basically did nothing but blunt it a little. ... (3 replies)
... but I've read a lot about various nerve problems after surgery. It's pretty common to have continuing problems for quite some time after surgery. Even though the compression may be removed, the nerves need to heal. ... (6 replies)
... eyebrow, shoulder, tricep, forearm, space between thumb and index finger, right side of back, right calf and some left calf and left trip. Also started getting pain in my right under arm and right forearm. ... (4 replies)
... I assume many of the posters here are in worse pain than I am and I sometimes I wonder how you all do it. You all do it with amazing strength and grace. ... (3 replies)

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