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C5 palsy

After. Having fusion surgery on my neck, I developed  C5 palsy in my right arm.  I would like to know if others have experienced this and what was done to help with recovery.

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  • OMG I did too . I never heard of this till after surgery , my doctor never warmed me about this even being a possibility.  I had surgery July 31 and as of today I feel like there's no end in sight. I feel.depressed , stuck at home , was a very active person but not anymore.  Had to learn how to wash my long hair by myself , getting dressed is a every day task.  

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