on 10/26/2012 I had a spinal operation a continued fusing from L4 L5 to Si when they woke me up it felt like someone was hitting my head with a hammer unreal pain I never felt anything like that before and I had a ringing in my head they told me that I had spinal fluid that leaked out my nurse told me I was on a 24 hour no move order per my doctor, come to find out he had to stitch the dura sack so i had to stay laying down and i was running a fever and had the chills he said it would go away,,, as of 10/29/2012 I still have the headaches ringing and fever is off and on.. So I'm looking for advice on what to do and is this normal? for a doctor to cut the dura sac and will these headaches and ringing ever go away please help me if you know anything..View Thread
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