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Old 02-10-2013, 04:58 PM   #1
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2 1/2 weeks post-op multilevel acdf

I had acdf c4/5 and c6/7 Jan 23. I had c5/6 acdf in Oct 2011 that failed. They had problems during surgery due to huge bone spurs and OPLL. They removed most of the ligament. My incision is healing well but still sore. The most pain is coming from the back of my neck. I think some of the nerves are waking up because Im getting shocks up and down my spine. The skin across the neck and shoulder area feels like its raw but looks fine. Guess thats just nerves too. Sleep is terrible. I feel ok considering the circumstances. Well thats about all I can type right now so Ill check back later.

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