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I had my surgery to remove the old buffalo hump.

Actually, it is about a year and three months, but, who's counting.

So far, no regrowth, at least, not much.

The good news is, the insurance finally paid off the bill. It only took a year of wrangling, arguing and calling.

I recently learned that someone I know, who also had the hump removed, had it come back this past year.

Her surgery was several years before mine. So, the bottom line is we still don't know what the future holds.

If it doesn't come back, that would be great.

If it does, it stays. I am not going through that again.

I have been on meds for nearly 18 years, and at this point, just being alive is treat enough.



Glad to hear the hump has not returned. I will keep my fingers crossed for you.


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