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Well, I guess I totally overdid it today. Felt so good at 4 weeks + 3 days post cervical fusion that I thought I could paint the bathroom and the kitchen backsplash. Now I have this clicking sensation, and sound, when I move my head. Has anyone else experienced this? I will be calling the NS first thing Monday morning. Thank goodness tomorrow is Sunday. Go Bills!!!!


  • Pamela9PPamela9 WashingtonPosts: 42
    I "clicked" about a week ago and my pain has increased. It just now clunked and I screamed out loud, just watching TV and on computer, with laptop on pillow. Not sure, but I think the sound is worse than the spasms, to me. Having lots of neuropathy in both arms and legs down to hands/feet.

    And since you are calling NS Monday morning, I will do so also! Had thought all of this was just "nerve" stuff post op since I had it pre-op.

    I hope you have a restful Sunday.
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