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Bone Marrow Aspiration - Long Term Pain Expecations
Yes, I've seen one other doctor who wasn't able to do much as this doctor was not familiar with the bone marrow aspiration process. I had an ultra sound completed and have images but again I haven't really been told anything that will be helpful.
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I am very sorry . Your oncologist who performed the procedure should be helping you. Fever, chills would indicate infection. I have been told sometime biopsies cause nerve damage depending on the location. Nerve damage takes awhile to heal.
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