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Is it normal to all of a sudden have pain over incision from catoid artery surgery 3 month ago?

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No, If you are experiencing pain over incision site please see you physician. Do it now

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Trish Houston...

Just about 50 years ago I was trained at your
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Tell your Physician you want 25mg of Librium... It won't help but it will take the jagged edge off of your ANXIETY.

There is a reason readouts (prognostications) are funneled through your DOCTORS... (NOT HOSPITAL STAFF)

Is to keep you sane and focused.

((and the high likelihood THEY would get it WRONG)).

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DOCTORS only... No faceless dweebs out in cyberspace)

Your SPIRIT is the biggest thing to worry about:
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