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Bone Graft Pain

JoyJJoy Posts: 559
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:23 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
I had my TLIF on 6/28/08 and am happy to say that almost all of the pain from the graft is gone!! WooHoo! I usually do a lot of whinning, so I thought I'd say something positive for a change. It took longer than I thought for it to get better, but all of a sudden it got really better! Hang in there, Spineys of the World!
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Comments

  • So glad you are feeling better Joy.

    Take care,
    Yvonne
  • This is such a great place to come and vent and share the pain and sometimes the joy!

    I see you had your surgery one day ahead of me. How are you doing?
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  • =D> so happy for you!!! i will get there soon!!!!
    1 pain spot gone for you, thats a huge step.. =D>

    love and hugs
    terri >:D< :* >:D<
  • Hey, girl. Is your leg still feeling better today? Sure hope so, if not, call your dr. tomorrow!
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