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Just curious

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  • Degenerative disc disease. simply put the disc dries out causing it to colapse, excessive movement, nerve impingement and heriations.The fusion surgery stabalizes the disc and corrects the disc height issue.
  • meydey
    how far out are you in recovery from your surgery? what if any side effects or lingering pain do you have?
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  • He is saying I have some (not as bad as yours sounds) but some DDD and instability in my vertebras and thats why along with that we've already tryed other non surgical and surgical ways to resolve the continuation of herniation...
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