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Hello. I had a lumbar fusion in May 2014. From the moment I woke up I knew there was something very wrong. Very long story but finally found out in September 2016 that the 2 level fusion did not take and the screws are indeed loose . What kind of damage is being done if I cannot get this corrected. I've seen 3 surgeons, they all say I need a revision surgery. I've been told that my spine is very unstable. How can this damage me in the long term? The revision surgery would be an anterior /posterior surgery. I'm all for getting it done but my insurance sucks and I have no way to pay Co pays I haven't worked in 5 years. I've been turned down for social security due to my work history and state assistance denied me because they say my husband makes too much money