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Cath111CCath111 Posts: 3,702
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:23 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
I've read so many posts where people refer to their supportive husband/wife/etc. and how they just couldn't do it without them. I applaud them - it certainly can't be easy! =D> :X

For me, my pain began 5 months ago and now have scheduled a lvl 3 ACDF C4-5 C5-6 C6-7 for October 21. My pain seems to get worse every day and my husband encourages me to take my pain medication, asks me how I am every day, gets upset with me if I do too much and is the best!

Cheers to our heroes! 8>


  • I don't know what I would do without my wonderful husband. He has been there for me every step of this bumpy road, my other family members have too. But, my husband is around alot more and get's to see the "real" everyday side of life for me.
    I wish you luck with your surgery and hope that you are pain free...
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