"I had my spine fused from the neck to just above the hips in 2002. I have NEVER had so much pain in my life. A ct myleogram found some issues, but I suggest you get a referral from your doctor to a pain management specialist. Unfortunate..."
Am 41 female, in good health. Had scoliosis all my life, and had harrington rods placed in 2002. My curves were 67* by 56*, approximately, with a spiral.Now that surgery has failed and we're going to have posterior laminectomy L 4-5..."
Just a quick note to say hi!
Well I am sorry to say that since I cannot contact you directly. I just have to let it go.
I don't like posting all the things I want to say for all the whole member to see.
It's amazing that it actually delete my e-mail address when I posted it - it gave me this image "_ - - - @ - - - -"
Well, good luck to you and stay healthy.
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