My husband to be is going to have a very serious neck surgery in or around December. He was blown up during the vietnam war and it left him with a broken neck, shoulder and shrapnel throughout his body. He's had 3 previous surgeries on his neck and with each one they get more and more dangerous. But if they leave it alone the scar tissue is choking his spinal cord and could result in death if not just paralysis. I am very worried about him going through this. We are to be married in a month. It's our second time to be married to each other. We spent a lot of years apart from each other since the last time we were married to each other and I can't stand the thought of losing him. The reason I even write this is to get it out. I don't dare talk to him about my fears for fear of scaring him anymore than he probably is when it comes time for them to go in. Thank you for listening. I'm sorry I didn't elaborate more but that's all I have right now to share. Mary
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