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Cervical 2,3,4 replacement

I'm very glad to be a member of this forum this group. I have Googled and Googled after my surgery October of 2015. The pain I am dealing with still today is to the point of unbearable. The surgeon is the top in our city. My surgery lasted 14 hours. As the device was too big to go through the front. It's so much better than it was. There is no numbness there is no falling. There is no feeding tube any longer. It has been a  process period a learning process. Any questions please ask. Because I think I've had it all. Great to be here.

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  • nutcase007nnutcase007 United StatesPosts: 920

    @Stephens06 - I'd love to hear more detail why you needed the C2.C3,C4 replacement.  Was it trauma induced?  What was the device implanted?  Please give more detail of your recovery to date.  Does the surgeon have any explanation for your current pain?  What, if any are the plans to manage the pain?   

  • memerainboltmemerainbolt IndianaPosts: 6,361

    hi stephens06

    welcome to spine-health

    we are very glad you found us. there are a lot of great members here, such as nutcase007, that are probably full of questions for you. the more information you provide the more responses you will have.

    please click on the welcome link below as well as the system tutorial for more information on getting you started on the forum.

    welcome to spine health



    Sandra
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