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returning pain

Hi everyone,
It's been a long time since I last wrote anything. But I have a question.....Did any body have pain to return after their surgery.
Let me try to explain. Before I had surgery ( 5 level laminectomy and fusion on 3-3-15) I had pain shooting down my right arm and electic shock feeling in my right hand and fingers, and pain between my shoulder blades. Well last week I started get those pains again. The pain between my blades never went away, but the shooting pains did until last week. Has anyone had this to happen. I go back to see my NS on the 23rd so I'm trying to hold out until then. But the pain gets very unbearable at times.
I also feel like my neck and upper shoulders are swollen cause everything is real tight and puffy in that area.
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