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... because this is the one test report that I don't feel comfortable talking about. I recently had a study done too, and found it equally baffling. Have you gone back to the doctor who performed the tests to get the results or talked with your surgeon since? ... (30 replies)
... an tell you about my experience and give you some general information about what is regarded as "typical" but bear in mind that just as each body is unique, each surgery is unique as well. ... (5 replies)
... Now according to the PT my back muscles are "mush" from having been bisecting 3 times! But that's nothing I notice and it doesn't cause pain...unlike scar tissue. ... (6 replies)

... so think I may have just overdone it and flared the nerve. So scary when that happens after surgery! ... (6 replies)
... From 3 to 12 weeks is the optimal time for the growth of scar tissue post surgery so this would make sense...particularly since this was the second time you were operated on at the same location. ... (6 replies)
... L5, which had been removed twice, had grown back for a third time. I had the back pain, but in a slightly different place, some mild leg pain and tingling toes. The surgery was 9 weeks ago. ... (6 replies)
... a fusion done on my L4. after my first surgery six months later I had a second surgery done to try and remove scar tissue and pieces of bone fragments. After my first surgery I was unable to feel my left leg afterwards. It took 4 wks. Before I was even able to move my leg on my own. ... (1 replies)
... What the surgeon is recommending to you makes sense. I would just like to give you a couple things to think about. You should regard this surgery as a rescue surgery and your last opportunity to get it right. You want to be very sure that your current surgeon is the best man for this job. ... (14 replies)
... It's been a while since I posted. I did end up having a CT Mylogram back in September. I also saw a few other Neurgosurgeons. ... (14 replies)
... ry person heals different and literally every patient has different outcome for the exact same procedure. I would try to verify nerve damage before doing another surgery because basically it would serve no purpose if the damage is already done and perm. ... (14 replies)
... Subsequent surgeries are often more painful because there is a certain amount of scar tissue that the surgeon has to cut through. This often results in the already irritated nerve being tugged, or moved in some way. ... (2 replies)
... In a recent post the theory of scar tissue causing pain after back surgery was brought up and I'm wondering if anyone has had surgery to remove scar tissue and if their pain was reduced as a result. ... (6 replies)
... Having some scar tissue after back surgery is pretty normal. The surgeon will be able to tell if there is too much that would warrant a problem. Since we all get scar tissue from back surgery the problem with another surgery to remove the scar tissue is the surgery itself will create even more scar tissue. ... (4 replies)
... The pain clinic I've been going too finally found out what the pain stems from...I have scar tissue rubbing against a nerve. Thank God someone finally found out! ... (9 replies)
... ge of information. I would be lost without the healthboards. I agree that a tens unit will help. I rely on mine alot. I have nerve pain that runs from my low back down into my left leg and believe me I know what you mean when you say you can not do anything. ... (15 replies)
... I just talked to my dr and he says he is going to take the hardware out and remove scar tissue to see if that helps. I am scheduled for surgery on June 2. If I'm still in pain after that I will for sure ask him about the tens unit. Thanks for the advice. I'll try anything!!! ... (15 replies)
... s really weird. I guess what I am saying is to just keep going. You are going to feel many things going on, and I wouldn't worry about them until atleast a year after surgery. Scar tissue was a worry for me also, but I also had a neuro surgeon that said he didn't neccessarily believe that scar tissue caused pain. So who knows. ... (6 replies)
... Ive been through 3 back surgerys in the last 6 years.All three been almost 2 years to the day apart.I had my last one June 16th 2003 and am trying to recover. ... (2 replies)
... Ive been through 3 back surgerys in the last 6 years.All three been almost 2 years to the day apart.I had my last one June 16th 2003 and am trying to recover. ... (6 replies)
... You need to give it more time. At one week, you still have internal inflammation...or at least, you would be unique if you didn't! Doctors tend to make spine surgery sound fairly benign, but even the most modest procedure tends to be traumatic to the body. ... (10 replies)

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