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Old 05-16-2018, 07:04 PM #11
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Our neurosurgeon says it CAN and does cause pain. My DAUGHTER HAS BEEN IN PAIN FOR 5 YEARS AND NO ONE COULD FIND OUT WHY. Now we know and she is scheduled for her operation in Dec. There are risks and we are worried. There must be a Dr there who does this. Call the hospitals and ask for a for their neurosurgeon and start there. Get a new primary Dr. and also be more forceful...we had to be.
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Hello, Please update, on the results of this case. Thank-you,
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