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BMP W/ INFUSE SURGERY

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,321
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:28 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
I JUST HAD THE BMP W/ INSUSE CERVICAL SUGERY. THEY TELL YOU NOT TO GET PREGNANT FOR ONE YEAR. HAS ANYONE BECOME PREGNANT IN THIS TIME PERIOD AND CAN YOU PLEASE TELL ME ABOUT IT? I HAVE HEARD THE CHEMICAL IS OUT OF YOUR BODY IN 48 HOURS AND THIS IS JUST A FDA STANDARD STUDY WARNING. THAT AS LONG AS YOU DO NOT GET PREGNANT WHILE YOU HAVE THE SURGERY OR 48 HOURS AFTER YOU ARE FINE.
I REALLY NEED TO KNOW.
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Comments

  • That's all I could say. I can't believe a Dr. is still even using that in the neck. The FDA has warned Dr.'s that there have been at least 3 deaths from swelling in the neck. I know about the pregnancy warning but I don't know for how long.
  • I'm sorry, I just realized how scary that sounded. You would have already had problems- these were associated with swelling immediately after surgery.If you have not had those you won't at this point.
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  • I just learned of this warning - wish my surgeon had mentioned it. There is a very high risk of severe bone/skeletal birth defects in animal models (rabbits) who received BMP that they believe are related to rabbit anti-cow BMP antibodies. I wonder if there is a test readily available to determine if someone who has had BMP made antibodies after their surgery.
  • they are slowly learning a few nasty things about this BMP stuff.
    Iguess we will have to watch this space.

    Summerparks, you need to d/c this with a doctor, it may have serious implications. Hope not but better check.
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