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UPDATE: Ronnie Coleman is back in operation for a herniated disc in his neck



UPDATE: Ronnie Coleman is from the hospital after surgery to repair a herniated disc in his neck. In two posts on his Instagram, shown below, Coleman made it clear that this was at least a brief hospitalization – probably the shortest of his recent operations. It also appears that the eight-time Mr. O has planned no further operations after this operation. He said, "Hopefully the last one, but I said before 4 operations."

We will keep you updated on Coleman status as it becomes available. You can see his latest Instagram posts as he leaves the hospital, followed by our original story about his surgery, which took place on Monday. [1

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[196590109] Another operation in the books, hopefully the last, but I said that before 4 operations. I'm just glad to be pain free because I had tons of pain before surgery. Thank you for all your prayers, you are the greatest fans of all time. In no case do I survive all this without your prayer and support. Now I know for sure why God has brought me to this earth. I have doubted myself over the years, but no more about it. With the inspiration and support that I get from you, there is never an end in me. Even my toughest times have been great, because if you have the love and support I get from you, it will not help you. I have the best woman in the world, the best kids, brother, sisters, niece, nephew, aunt, cousins, business associates, RCSS staff, the list goes on and on. I think you can say I have the best life a guy can ever ask. By the way, thanks Big J @bigj_extremefitness. You are always here by my side. Well, I'm going home today, so this will be the shortest stay ever. I do not think I did a full day when the operation started at 5pm yesterday.

A post shared by Ronnie Coleman (@ronniecoleman8) on January 22, 2019 at 13:46 PST

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[196590109] It's official, we're from the hospital like last year. I hope it will be at least another year before I come back because I was here in September, then in March and in February before that. I might as well buy stocks in one of these places when I'm here. But I feel great. Dr. Lapsawala has done wonders on my last two operations. Thank you again for your prayers and support. As I said, God wants it, this will be mine and the love of my life that I last visited. #yeahbuddy #lightweightbaby #itstillaintnothingbutapeanut

A post that Ronnie Coleman (@ronniecoleman8) shared on January 22, 2019 at 14:52 pm PST

ORIGINAL HISTORY: The eight-time Olympian Ronnie Coleman is a legendary figure in the bodybuilding community, but he has been suffering from various ailments for more than ten years. We reported on his recovery after back surgery in September last year. This was his tenth operation in total. Now he's back under the knife to repair a herniated disc that he had suffered after falling in his house in late 2018. On Coleman's Instagram page, the operation will be specifically labeled as "a fusion of my Level 3 cervical spine." 4 deal. Dr. says this disc is very hard against my spinal cord, so surgery is definitely needed.

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[196590109] Hey guys, this is not a reissue, I'm back in the hospital preparing for another surgery. About two months ago I had a severe fall at home, which had a disc in my neck. Today, I'm doing a merge of my 3-4 level cervical spine. Dr. says, this disc is very strong against my spinal cord, so surgery is definitely needed. By the way, within days I got a second opinion, except for two different spine surgeons, and both told me the same thing. I had to undergo surgery in the next few days. So let's go again, say a prayer for your boy. #yeahbuddy #lightweightbaby #itstillaintnothingbutapeanut #musclepower

A post was shared by Ronnie Coleman (@ronniecoleman8) on January 21, 2019 at 13:13 pm PST

After the last operations last year, Coleman was unsure if he could ever run again. In a typical Coleman manner, he said, "But I'll do my best." After this surgery, he returned relatively quickly to the gym, but only for a light heart.

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