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spinal fusion & dizziness

I had a radical corpectomy , c3 to c6, approx 5 years ago. Surgeon noted progressive deterioration of other cervical joints. Postop all has been fine until the last few weeks. Intermittent searing hot pain, 3/10, followed by constant low level 1/10 "hot poker" type pain in right shoulder and biceps area coupled with low level neck pain on rotation, loud and painful clicking. To cap it all off I have become dizzy over the last few days even whilst sitting down. Unable to walk without swaying but the vertigo does lessen after a bit of walking.
Can this all be signs that I need to revisit my surgeon to have a bit of maintenance and a check on the cervical joints?
Or what else is possible apart from the ever present ageing (aging)?
GB



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It sounds like your symptoms are coming from your neck based on your pain. Dizziness also points to your neck since they developed at the same time. Yes, I would go visit your surgeon. Good Luck. I just had ACDF (Anterior Cervical Discectomy with Fusion) and have had the symptoms you talk about and a multitude of others and it was all from my neck.
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