I HAVE ENLARGED VESSELS IN MY NECK. WELL THEY CUT 9 BONES OFF MY NECK TO PULL SPEIN BACK TO TRY TO GET THE VESSELS TO MOVE. THERE NOT. WELL TWO MONTHS LATER I WAS IN SERGERY AGAIN. TO GET A DRAINTUBE PUT IN FOR SWELLING IN THE BACK OF NECK. I FOUND OUT I NEED 3 MORE SERGERYS TO GET MY HEAD BACK TO NORMAL. TO BE ABLE TO HOLD IT UP RIGHT. WELL I FOUND OUT IT WAS A EXPLORYTORY SERGERY. AFTER THE 2 SERGERYS. WELL THIS DOCTOR TOLD ME THAT ITS A SHAME I TURNED OUT LIKE THIS. NOW HE JUS CUT ME OFF MY PAIN MEDS. BECAUSE I SAID THE OTHER SERGON HAS NERVE PROBLEMS AND IM NOT DOING SERGERY. WELL MY CHIN IS ON MY CHEST. THE SERGON RUIENED MY LIFE. I HAD NO CLUE MY HEAD AND NECK WAS GUNNA BE LIKE THIS. OR I WOULD NOT HAVE DONE ANY SERGERYS. WELL AFTER THE SECOND SERGERY HE TOLD ME LATER IN LIFE I MIGHT NEED 1 MORE SERGERY. WELL IT TURNS OUT I NEED 3 MORE. AND IF THEM DONT WORK THEY SAID THEY WOULD HAVE TO BREAK MY NECK? DO U THINK THIS DOCTOR NEGLECTED TO TELL ME THE REAL OUTCOME OF MY CASE?View Thread
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