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Hello everyone... my MRI shows 8 cysts in the sacrum. I am scheduled for surgery with Dr. Feigenbaum in Dallas on December 20. I was wondering if any of you every noticed that your symptoms before surgery sort of came and went? I am currently feeling pretty good which makes me wonder if I am doing the right thing in undergoing this surgery. Other times I hurt so much I can't even do grocery shopping... symptoms come and go and are different each time they come. Thanks for your wisdom!
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I'm very interested in learning how your surgery went? How was your recovery? How are you feeling today? Any regrets? Concerns?

I hope you're well.


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Hello everyone... my MRI shows 8 cysts in the sacrum. I am scheduled for surgery with Dr. Feigenbaum in Dallas on December 20. I was wondering if any of you every noticed that your symptoms before surgery sort of came and went? I am currently feeling pretty good which makes me wonder if I am doing the right thing in undergoing this surgery. Other times I hurt so much I can't even do grocery shopping... symptoms come and go and are different each time they come. Thanks for your wisdom!
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My symptoms come and go but as the years go by, I have less and less pain free days.
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I'm very interested in learning how your surgery went? How was your recovery? How are you feeling today? Any regrets? Concerns?

I hope you're well.
Id also like to know how he is doing.
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