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Cysts on Sacrum
Addie Faye Pace

I am 65 years old now, and I have not had any problems with my sacrum since I was 15. I have felt fine for years. 1999 I had to come back to Kirklin Clinic with a cyst in my spinal column. Dr. Paramore removed it by surgery, and stopped the sciatica pain. Now, I have two cysts under my sacrum and nothing can be done about this. It is something I have to live with. I was 14 years old in Feb. 11th and in the Children's Hospital. I had my 15th birthday in the hospital. I loved the nurses and the doctors and met so many friends since some of them were my age, or close. It was something I had never done— been away from home, and I missed my twin sister. I finally had the surgery and the whole stay in Children's Hospital was about a month or more. It was the best and ONLY opportunity to have something done for this problem since we were so poor and could not pay for medical problems. I hope everyone loves it as much as I did and are thankful for the services I got through rehabilitation in Franklin Co., AL. I still have problems with cysts underneath my sacrum at age 65 and will have to live with that. BUT, at age 15, I did enjoy this experience very much.

I know they have good doctors and can find solutions to most any problems and they serve CHILDREN, the most important thing.
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