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Is it just me?
Aug 6, 2003
... I had no help! from the time I got home!!!! ... (25 replies)
... Well, I had ACDF with donor bone and plating on JUNE 4th, and I went back to work light duty after a month off. ... (13 replies)
Mar 18, 2003
... Kind of wrapped it from behind. Well, good luck Sandra and keep us posted. Until then anyway... then we will be watching for your speedy recovery. You can see from many posts, we didn't have too much of a problem post surgery. ... (19 replies)

Mel, are you home?
Feb 19, 2003
... are from autonomic dysfuncton. ... (92 replies)
Barb how are you?
Nov 21, 2002
... with friends. One big one on Saturday and another on Tuesday... so I'm tired to begin with. Then tonight my daughter flys home from Kentucy. She has been gone 4 months and it's her birthday tomorrow. ... (6 replies)
... I'm having a ACDF on the 21st and it's nice to see that you just had surgery and are doing well. Thanks for the ice chip tip. I'm surprised the took bone from your hip without telling you. I'll be sure to ask my doctor. Good luck on your recovery! ... (3 replies)
... too. So I wouldn't be surprised if a surgeon decides to split the difference and do the two worst, hoping to avoid another surgery in a few years. ... (5 replies)
... I don't even remember waking up from my spine surgery either. ... (13 replies)
... done almost 8 weeks ago. Take it easy and listen to your restrictions. I have 3 little ones at home and following directions were tough. My recovery has been amazing and I thank God for it. I wore a hard collar 24 hrs a day except for showering for 7 weeks until I developed a rash from it. ... (17 replies)
My Story
Sep 9, 2008
... years after my ACDF my surgeon had to do a foraminotomy to open up an area of stenosis. The symptoms of pain from the neck down the left arm to the fingers had returned so the surgery was my best option. The recovery was a little rough and I still have some residual pain. ... (4 replies)
... and you don't want to be 7 hours away from your surgeon. Even if you have minor stuff and the surgeon says "come in and see me" you would not be able to do so. ... (9 replies)
... Had my 3 level ACDF Monday, Jan 22. ... (7 replies)
... you've received some good input from this board. I'm one with similar syptoms too but my doctor took a different approach. ... (22 replies)
... pain bolting out from my neck to the tips of my fingers. I could feel when the foraminal areas were pinching the nerve roots. That's pain. Ouch! ... (22 replies)
... In my fifties and having gone through both a two level acdf and three level posterior fusion I am surprised to find how good my neck movement is. ... (29 replies)
... I had what I thought was a 2 level ACDF 6 weeks ago but I have continued to have problems with the hands and the ulnar nerve area of the arm. ... (2 replies)
... I also get sick from general anesthetic. ... (11 replies)
... Frequently the worst days do come after you would expect them to, unfortunately. And the surgery did irritate all those nerves and muscles. It's very likely that he will be having some, or even significant, pains... ... (7 replies)
... I can understand your hesitancy and I feel for the fact you've gone through 5 years of this. I'm lucky in that I was quick from start to finish with no real choice in the matter. ... (11 replies)
Deana's Turn
Mar 31, 2003
... But you're already in surgery and probably in recovery by now, but my prayers and thoughts were with you then as they are now. ... (10 replies)

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