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    I was told I'd be having the wake up test as...

    I was told I'd be having the wake up test as well. I worried I would be in pain and paralysed. My surgeon told me I wouldn't remember it and I don't. Please don't worry about it. I'm not even...
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    Yes, he is beautiful, as are all dogs. I know...

    Yes, he is beautiful, as are all dogs. I know he'll be collecting on all his missed cuddles. Totally agree about puppy farms. I've been fighting against them for years. But animal welfare isn't a...
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    Did he say what the structures were Jess? I hope...

    Did he say what the structures were Jess? I hope Sparky's home with you again really soon.
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    Congrats Susie, three quarters of a decade and...

    Congrats Susie, three quarters of a decade and going well. That's great news, reassuring, about your lower back. Glad to hear you're feeling better and better.

    I'm 5.5 years out and haven't seen...
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    I hope this surgery corrects the problem and it...

    I hope this surgery corrects the problem and it is never a problem to you again. Good luck, Kara! So glad you don't have to stay in hospital overnight.
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    No access for the grandparents? I'm so very...

    No access for the grandparents? I'm so very sorry Melissa. I agree, life stinks at times.
  7. Hi Susan, Best wishes for your continued...

    Hi Susan,

    Best wishes for your continued recovery at home. You've come a long way since August 7th.
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    That's one amazing correction! Congrats on being...

    That's one amazing correction! Congrats on being on "the other side!" Even your sense of humour is intact. I hope your recovery continues smoothly.
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    Memories, Kara!

    Memories, Kara!
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    Be strong Melissa. I'm not a praying person...

    Be strong Melissa. I'm not a praying person however, I'm thinking of you and wishing the very best for you. The bad news must surely stop coming, soon. You've already had more than a life-time's...
  11. Good to hear things are improving Susan, albeit...

    Good to hear things are improving Susan, albeit slowly.

    We're "hanging in there" with you.
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    There's so much for you to digest at this moment...

    There's so much for you to digest at this moment but you're amazingly clear-headed about it all. I'm so glad to hear there are treatments that will improve your life.

    I don't blame you for your...
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    So sad about your father, not even getting a...

    So sad about your father, not even getting a diagnosis therefore not receiving any treatment. Do you know what the treatment is, and how effective it is? I have everything crossed that you're...
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    So you have your diagnosis at last. It must, in...

    So you have your diagnosis at last. It must, in some strange way, be gratifying. I don't know much about it, but you have your father's example. Has treatment advanced at all, since your father's...
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    It may never come to pass that you need that...

    It may never come to pass that you need that extension. But I wonder why a surgeon would leave an important decision like that to the patient. He would know better than anybody what your chances...
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    Not long now, and you will begin recovery and...

    Not long now, and you will begin recovery and this surgery will be behind you. Don't stress too much about being under-prepared - all will fall into place and people will be only too willing to help...
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    I am reading, and so sorry you're having such a...

    I am reading, and so sorry you're having such a difficult time. Keep us up to date with your progress and I hope you have some good news soon.
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    All the very best to you Jackie. I hope this...

    All the very best to you Jackie. I hope this surgery is the last and you have a quick and smooth recovery.
  19. Thinking of you, Susan and hoping for the very...

    Thinking of you, Susan and hoping for the very best.
  20. Hi Susan, I haven't been to the forum for a...

    Hi Susan,

    I haven't been to the forum for a little while, hoping that you might have had better news by now. It's hard to imagine how you're feeling, yet you still seem to have that determined...
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    Good luck Melissa. Thinking of you and wishing...

    Good luck Melissa. Thinking of you and wishing you well, always.
  22. I'm so sorry to read this latest development...

    I'm so sorry to read this latest development Susan. I wish I could help with some ideas, but I'm clueless. I just hope they quickly find out what the cause is and can treat it. Let us know how you...
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    That's great news, Kara!

    That's great news, Kara!
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    First of all, we all heal and feel better/normal...

    First of all, we all heal and feel better/normal at vastly different rates. You're not yet a year out and there are many members here who were still wondering if life would ever go back to normal at...
  25. I also heard Ibuprofen is not to be used for at...

    I also heard Ibuprofen is not to be used for at least 6 months because it prevents the formation of new bone. Apparently we need inflammation to do that, and Ibuprofen reduces the inflammation. But...
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