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Hello- Spinal Tumor

fuzzyfontaineffuzzyfontaine Posts: 1
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:49 AM in New Member Introductions
Hello All. I am a 32 yr old female who had a spinal tumor removed from my T2 & T3 interdural cavity (Melengioma) Sorry about spelling with a laminectomy on 11/9/10. I am doing well and hope to meet some of you going through this but also to help to support. I have a great deal of mobility back considering I was bairly able to waddle before surgery. I am still in a lot of pain on my left side of my back but I am happy to say after a month in the hospital I am out. I have done a month of outpatient PT and started Zumba 3 weeks ago (lower level Zumba) and loving life. I have 2 young kids and I have been given my life back!
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  • hi and welcome to the forum! :H we are here to offer you support and answer what questions we can. sounds like you are having an excellent recovery for having surgery only 2 months ago.. we look forward to hearing from you and you are welcome here anytime! there is always someone home! good luck for continued success! Jenny :)
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