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fusion popping,abrading noise

( surg # 5),T 8 thru T !2 fusion /hardware,previous lunbar fusion/hardware.Screw broke cement last week,emergency surg to replace with larger/longer screw.Went well.Had Flourascope,cat scan and x-rays to pinpoint this clicking-scracthing LOUD noise from t- area.No movement visable to anyone,tech's or Dr's or me.Any ideas or similar problems??


  • Hello there, I'm 8 weeks post op 2 level fusion. I'm also concerned about a popping noise. It doesn't hurt, but I feel it a lot of time when I roll/get out of bed or try to lift my legs while in bed. I go to the dr Wednesday for xrays. I'm sorry ur feeling this too, it makes me nervous as well! I'm sorry I can't help u more, but just wanted to say ur not alone....maybe its settling or something....good luck s u continue ur recovery!
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