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Spinal Fusion Back Surgery Recovery Time
Surgery to cause two or more spine segments to be joined together through a growth of bone initiated by the placement of bone tissue or graft taken from the patient or from a donor source or even a manufactured source which could include: bone growth proteins and particulate structures that act as scaffolds for bone to grow on and may include implants or instrumentation ...Read more
I had major back surgery on 6 february when should I expect to get my energy and stuff back i had three distri placed an spinal fusion?
I had major back surgery on january 6 the replace three disc and spinal fusion i'm doing pt how long will it take for me to get my energy back?
I just had a lumbar spinal fusion 1mo ago, its my second back surgery. I'm feeling a weird air bubble slight popping in my spine (lumbar) what is it!?
Discuss this with: Your surgeon. There are various sensations that could be normal, and part of the healing process. But you should bring up your symptoms up to your surgeon for evaluation. So that the cause (if anything) could be identified, and if not a big deal, your surgeon will then let you know. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When I was younger I needed drainage for my lymph nodes on my left groin area. I was around 2 years old. When I had my son at age 28 I had a blood clot in my left leg. This year I have back surgery (spinal fusion) and my right leg is constantly swollen.
Evaluate for blood c: Any time you have surgery you are at risk for a clot in the deep veins(deep venous thrombosis) you have already had one so you may be prone to another. Swelling in the leg would be a symptom. This should be evaluated with a vascular ultrasound asap. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am 7 weeks pregnant but had spinal fusion back surgery in march. My back still isn't healed, will this make my pregnancy high risk ?
No but you may have : Some increased back pain through the pregnancy that can be treated with physical therapy and the use of a pregnancy harness or back support. Talk to your spine surgeon as to the availability of having an epidural during childbirth based on the type and extent of the surgery that was done. ...Read more
Will my failed back surgery still hurt my back if im pregnant?My spinal fusion was in 2008 and my back still bothers me a lot.
What concerns should I have about spinal fusion surgery? I'm very apprehensive about my upcoming spinal fusion surgery. What should I expect from this procedure and the recovery afterward?
This depends on: Several variables: your age, your health, your weight status & nutritional status, how in shape you are, smoking history, reason for surgery, type of surgery with number of levels involved as well as approach, the experience of your surgeon, to name a few. If a smoker, 3-8x failure rate of non smoker & overweight higher risk of complications especially if diabetic. Need to discuss with surgeon! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello im 27 male just had spinal fusion surgery and im experiencing increased PAIN IN MY BACK IM 2 MONTHS POST OP?
First, it is : Unlikely that even if a screw was not properly placed would you feel any movement of it. If the screw was placed about nerve tissue then you could experience pain and/or neurologic symptoms related to that nerve tissue. If the fusion did not heal then you may also experience a sensation of pain with motion of the back. ...Read more
A fusion gets rid of a joint or disk between to bones, getting the bones to join together with bone between them. If successful, it eliminates almost all the motion between the bones. Sometimes fusion simply occur as a result of disease, rarely from aging. Most of the time ...Read more
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