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The medical team had pretty much covered all questions that I could think of.
The meds were a thing of take when you need them......after I was home.Do your physio exercises ,I wanted to more but was told to do just what they said and that was it.
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As well,here(Eastern Ontario,Canada) they do not want you to fully weight bear on the affected side for 6 weeks so I kept asking about that .
I think my doctor covered many of my questions by making sure I had physical therapy immediately after coming home. Because my questions were more about how to move. I actually have had questions further along about the medication which has also been helping my fibromyalgia. However, I think he prefers I take these queries to my internist.
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I had a whole list of questions when I went to my doctor. So at this point, I can't think of any questions off hand.
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If you had it to do over what questions would you ask the Dr before and just after the surgery?
My biggest question would be about exercise and at what stages I could do different exercise?
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