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Surgerized for c3 c4 disk fusion, cervical hematoma. Right leg swollen and sneezing multiple times. Any remedies?

54 year old african male- had surgery last week wednesday for c3 c4 disk fusion and two days later readmitted for cervical hematoma, was intubated and hematoma removed. Now on turning in bed, sneezes multiple times. Can smell the drugs being taken and right leg is swollen from feet to knee... Im worried about the sneezing.. Was told to keep legs elevated and that sort of helped the swelling, though still swollen...??
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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Recumbency in bed may sometimes cause thrombophlebitis to develop signs are pain and selling ,redness of leg.Your treating doctor must have examined for this.
Sneezing means some allergy or infection,for which oxymetazoline nasal drops must be instilled in nose twice a day as jerks can harm the operated spine.Ask your doc. he might like to add anti-allergic tabs also
Answered: Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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