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  1. #1
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    waiting for the Dr to call

    My stomach has been hurting for the last couple of weeks. I thought it was my pants rubbing up against the incision and just irritating the incision. Well last night I felt a tiny lump to the left of the incision. I'd say its about the size of a pea and very painful when you touch it. It doesn't bother me unless there is pressure against the area. I call my primary care Dr, and they want me to call the surgeons office. So now I am awaiting to hear from them.. I pray its nothing serious!! =/
    *Crossing Fingers!*

    27 year old female
    Upper Curve 110 degrees
    Lower Curve 90 degrees
    Surgery with Dr. Wood at MGH 1/11/10 && 1/14/10
    Fused T2-Pelvis
    Back looks amazing and no more Hump! ^_^

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    I'm sending non-worrying thoughts your way. Think positive. And, keep us posted on what your dr says.

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    I hope he gets back to you quickly Megz. I'm sure it'll be fine, but you need to know.
    Surgery March 3, 2009 at almost 58, now 63.
    Dr. Askin, Brisbane, Australia
    T4-Pelvis, Posterior only
    Osteotomies and Laminectomies
    Was 68 degrees, now 22 and pain free

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    Megz - hope it's nothing more than scar tissue. After a small surgery I had once, I had a very similar pea size lump appear next to the incision, and was told it was scar tissue. So I truly hope that is all it is - please let us know as soon as you hear any news. Thinking about you and you're in my prayers!
    Lynette - 44 years old.

    Pre-surgery thoracic 55 degrees
    Pre-surgery lumbar 85 degrees

    Post-surgery thoracic 19 degrees
    Post-surgery lumbar 27 degrees

    Surgery April 1st 2010.

    Posterior spinal fusion from T9 to sacrum.
    Dr. Cronen at University Community Hospital - Tampa, FL.

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    You're in my prayers, Megz
    Glenda
    Age 66 Georgia (63 at time of surgery)
    Bi-lateral laminectomy 2006
    Kyphoscoliosis, approx 38* lumbar scoliosis, stenosis, disk herniations, lower back and hip pain, w/radiating pain, stinging and numbness in legs.
    A/P fusion (T10-S2) 5/17/10 and 5/20/10
    Dr Yoon, Emory Orthopaedic and Spine Hospital, Atlanta, GA
    Pleased with outcome

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    I hope it's nothing Megz. Give us an udpate when you can.
    __________________________________________
    Debbe - 50 yrs old

    Milwalkee Brace 1976 - 79
    Told by Dr. my curve would never progress

    Surgery 10/15/08 in NYC by Dr. Michael Neuwirth
    Pre-Surgury Thorasic: 66 degrees
    Pre-Surgery Lumbar: 66 degrees

    Post-Surgery Thorasic: 34 degrees
    Post-Surgery Lumbar: 22 degrees

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