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Help...I'm looking for other ACDF survivors 4 months out

Hi I'm SLD. I am looking for advice about recovering from ACDF. I am four months into my recovery, but have had another setback. I felt stronger, and I was having fewer symptoms, before I began doing leg presses and heavier weights in PT. I'm experiencing tingling, weakness (all my extremities), breathing problems, racing pulse, and all over pain. It seems like my veins are closer to the surface of my skin and protruding on the back of my hands. Has anyone else experienced this ? The recovery process has been a roller coaster. I'm trying to remain positive, but this setback has been more difficult to deal with than others that I have had. HELP
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