I am almost 10 months post op from second decompressiin and I haven't had a cine flow study since before my surgery. Shouldn't I have had one post op? Not to mention NL told me there's no change in tonsil length either. I have been having the pressure in head that feels like pre op for about a week now, off and on. Any suggestions???
Hi...I did not have a CINE post op, I would think that is if u are having issue, as u are...that they may decide to do one but it is not typically done and it depends on the individual Dr as they all do things differently.
As for the tonsils they may be the same length ...they made more room with the lamenectomy ....some cauterize the tonsils so they retract some...but mine are still herniated....the only way to resolve it completely is to remove them and they only do that if they are wrapped and tangled.,....
Are u resting?....U may have something else causing the pressure....it can be POTS, EDS...ICP....they all can cause those types of HA's.......
Again, if u have a issue like a leak or something like that they may not do a CINE,,,,,
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