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... strong enough to make me think about taking pain meds again. I also have intermittent pains in my shoulders, occasionally radiating down my left arm but also, more often, radiating down my right arm. ... (16 replies)
... about 6 weeks ago I had a re do on a failed neck spinal surgery. ... (1 replies)
... At 6 weeks post foraminotomy I still need muscle relaxers but needed them rarely after ACDF. ... (5 replies)

... Before the operation, l had huge pain in my left arm and went all the way to my thumb and index finger going tingly pins and needles. Now , l have some new symptoms, its on my right side!! ... (15 replies)
7 wks acdf c4-5
Jan 10, 2005
... r in the day, and that's when I tend to have pain. I'm still taking one or 2 vicodin daily, and find it's better if I take one about lunchtime which prevents the pain from building to a higher level. Waiting to take it in early evening after pain has gotten a foothold is much less effective. ... (1 replies)
... Unfortunatley my storey differes slightly to all I have read so far. My problem began when I saw a Chiropractor and he adjusted my neck for a simple pain in between my shoulder blades. ... (4 replies)
Mar 19, 2016
... I have an upcoming ACDF surgery on Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016. I'm a bit nervous and reading about swallowing complications, voice issues, etc. ... (27 replies)
... I am an active, healthy, 55 yr old female with no medical problems other than this poor old degenerating spine. This is my first spinal surgery ever but unfortunately may not be the last as I have two other weak levels below the one operated on. ... (6 replies)
... Hello Readytorun4, I had a 3 level ACDF and this is my opinion only, I say yes to walking unsure about 4 miles seems a little long for being 3 weeks post op, but I would not be running or playing tennis at all yet. My Neurosurgeon told me that it takes at least 3 to 6 months for the bone to fuse. Running and playing tennis is very hard on the spine and I would think that... (13 replies)
... neck for years now. I had three separate occasions where my neck would go into spasm and require diazepam to release the muscles and let me go about my usual routine. ... (9 replies)
... I had pain in my neck for the last 6 years. Sometimes it was worse than others. It changed the quality of my life. I have been seeing an orthopedic spine dr for the last 6 years. ... (3 replies)
... It was the best decision in the world to have this surgery. I have been pain free all this time. Sometimes I get some tightness in my upper back when I get stressed, but it goes away when I relax or get a little massage. ... (26 replies)
Help reading MRI
Sep 6, 2003
... om my NS or from place that did it. The NS hasn't returned my phone calls. Have shocks from left elbow to ring and pinky finger now, this is new. Also have alot pain on right shoulder and arm this also is new. Neck is still in alot of pain. ... (1 replies)
... I wanted to post an update to my recovery from 1 level ACDF surgery in 2010. It seems difficult to get any long term information following surgeries so here goes... ... (3 replies)
... Surprised your NS is recommending surgery with mild to moderate compression and no pain. Surgeons do surgery, so at one level, it's no surprise that's the recommendation. ... (8 replies)
... I was aware that I would be able to get back to all my previous activities after surgery with medical clearance. I know that you are correct about riding the bike prior to surgery and that maybe the pain level is giving me a false sense of security. ... (15 replies)
... I am currently seeking for a Neurosurgeon in Arizona that would be willing to see me after a 3 level ACDF surgery performed 4 months ago. I am in much worse shape than I was the day after my snowboarding accident. ... (5 replies)
... c7. Although it seemed to strengthen my neck, I still continued to have headaches even after the surgery and up to this day. My neck "catches" when turned a certain way, I get tension headaches, and getting in a comfortable position when laying down is almost impossible. ... (3 replies)
... used and all bone.. He said since I am so young I heal a lot quicker.. My reg job is working in an office. I sit at a desk all day and the past two weeks Ive had pain just sitting down.. I was back to driving in two weeks post surgery and back to work 3 weeks after surgery. ... (8 replies)
... You can always loose those extra pounds when you are more fit and your body has healed a bit more but having a setback might mean having to have surgery again. ... (13 replies)

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