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Hi, I am 4 and a part months post op and I have a question for those that had a anterior posterior fusion. my stomach has a hard lump, not protruding, but you can see it and it is very sore. My stomach incision is about 8 inches long and still sore as if I was 1 week PO. My doctor says it's scar tissue or an abcess and not to be concerned. When I hear abcess I think about my gums!! Isn't that an infection? I don't know, but has anyone out there been through this and sore for this long. I see my OS again Feb 3rd. Thanks so much, Kevin