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    Radio Frequency Denervation
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    An_248024 posted:
    I just had RF denervation and was not prepared for the recovery. I have holes in my back. I have had injections in the past so when my doctor said they would go in with a needle I assumed it would be the same as in the past. No at all. The surgery center forgot to dress them when I left so I was really surprised when I got home and felt what was there. It's a hard place to reach so I needed help covering them. Not a great experience.
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    77grace responded:
    Ouch.,,That sounds painful!!!I think one of my Dr.s wanted to do that to me ??What exactly is it??Can you explain it to me???
    I need to try something beside's drugs,my tolerence is really bad ,like alot of us ,I'm sure!!
    77grace
    P.S. Hope you feel better soon ,how big are these holes??


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