Hi everyone, I'm just new here, and was just wondering if anyone has had full revision of their old Harrington rod fusion surgery? I had my original surgery for my 75 degree double structural curves (T3-L4) in 1985 when I was 20, in the Freeman hospital in Newcastle, and although I was still left with an S-shaped spine, it was solid, and I had 20 good years before it all started to deteriorate. I had my Harrington rod removed in 2008, and am going into the RVI on 24th September for a revision of the whole spine, removing wedges of lumbar vertebrae to improve the flatback and break the old fusions to try to straighten me up a bit, as both curves have increased, I've developed a pseudoarthrosis at L2, and I'm now leaning to one side. My surgeon will extend the fusion down as I have a compressed nerve root at L5-S1, and bolt it all to my pelvis. Considering this is the third surgery I'll have had, I feel terrified about it and have started waking up at night with a real panicky feeling about it all. I've only found a couple of ladies who've had the full revision done and would love to know if there are more success stories out there!