So it has been basically a year and a half since my surgery and for a little over a month now I have been experiencing moderate-severe headaches a few times a week and now they are at the back of my head again. And now I'm getting sharp pains that travel from the top right side of my head to the back almost right where my incision was. Anyone have a clue...
i had my decompression surgery march 13, 2013. they took out my c1 and some bone from my skull and put in a cadaver patch. my question is, though im feeling great, are there activities i need to avoid from now on? i got the ok to run so im slowly working my way up to that. but i mean like, should i avoid roller coasters or anything now? or should i be ok?
This started a few days ago. I've tried everything and thought maybe I had sprained the tips of these two fingers, but they aren't swollen. The pain is like a throbbing/sharp feeling. I don't know if it has anything to do with my decompression surgery or not. So any help would be great. I had my surgery march 13, 2013.
my treasure this week is getting to see my little brother and sister this sunday. probably the last time i get to romp around with them for a while. molly is 6 and has ACM1, syrinx, scoliosis, mental health probs (ptsd, early onset bipolar, and adhd) and was born with a cleft lip and palate so shes my superhero. and logan is 3 and is getting tested for chiari...
it does stink! i have the opposite problem in the shower. the water has to be BLAZING for me to even feel it be luke warm. only reason i know its that hot because of how red my skin gets afterwards and because its up almost all the ways lol
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