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Watery discharge from incision After laminectomy and discectomy surgery

VickyrockonrajVVickyrockonraj Posts: 1
edited 01/31/2015 - 5:26 AM in Recovering from Surgery
Hi , I am 28 years male just had my L4-L5 laminectomy and discectomy surgery on the 24th of Jan'15. Right after my surgery there is a watery discharge which started from my incision and it has not stopped till date. I spoke to my doctor about it and he said not to worry about it and it's common.however I'm worried about it. Kindly advise what could be the issue as I have no clue and also not sure whether to trust my doctor in this case.request all your support as I ams also feeling morally down because of this :(


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