I recently had surgery to remove a tumor that was found on my cervical spine between the c6 and c7 and on the dorsal root. I also have hypersensitivity in my right hand due to the loss of my long thoracic nerve, well the pain and feeling part of the nerve is gone my surgeon was able to split the nerve and save the motor function part of the nerve. But the cold is just absolutely brutal. My hand pulsates mainly my pointer finger is real bad and hard to keep warm. I was wondering if there was a med or form of pain management that may help hypersensitivity? Also the metal in my neck from the massive fusion that was done, it gets cold and my body freezes up and almost locks, I currently take baclefen and neurontin, is there a better route to go? I can barely stand it anymore and ready to do whatever to get south to warmth.
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