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Ron DiLauro Spine-Health System Administrator
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  • I am 3 weeks out of cervical rodiculopathy. I waited two years to have the surgery putting it off as long as I could. A disc in C7 had a small leak but ruptured just days before my surgery. The migranes were so bad, I had to sit in the dark along with impairment to my eyesight.
    I'm having problems sleeping. I cannot get comfortable on my side or my back. I can't stand the percocet. Thank goodness it's gone. Does anyone have an advice for sleeping. I would greatly appreciate it.

    Thanks

    Barb, Welcome to Spine-Health.

    You should go over to the section dealing with cervical surgeries. You will find much more information there. Back and Neck Surgery

    Ron DiLauro, Spine-Health System Administrator 02/03/11
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