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... It's hard to say what is going on without an MRI and a physical exam...but, it general, it is possible that you have a bulging disc that was irritated when you bent over a particular way...it may be herniated as well. ... (1 replies)
... If there is no pain...there is no need to go in and take them out. But if there is pain and the fusion seems to be taking...it is very likely that the pain is due to your body not taking to the hardware or the hardware has loosened. ... (43 replies)
... d if i was not better i would have been out of luck. at that time i was scheduled for a fusion by my trusted surgeon, so i couldnt take that chance that i had to be fully healed by 26 weeks, also disability was a 100 dollars less a week every bit helps. ... (2 replies)

... Well its been 17 days since my Microdiscectomy on L5 S1 to remove a disc fragment lodged against the nerve. As you may have read in prev post after surgery I got very bad pain when I sat or moved to my side while laying down. ... (3 replies)
... push injury. They did an MRI and decided that it was not a disc. I had arthritis in the L4 but it was not related to the pain that I was feeling. ... (5 replies)
Back pain...WHY!?
Apr 17, 2004
... specialist and possibly look into physical therepy. Also, they may want to run tests just to see what is going on and causing the pain you are in. They may be able to offer some exercises to help with the pain. ... (2 replies)
Back pain...WHY!?
Apr 17, 2004
... i have not seen a doc yet but i am going to but i just thought i would get everyones thoughts here so when i go i may have more insight? ... (2 replies)
... is always first. And because of her age, I wouldn't blame her for not wanting surgery, as it is always up to the patient anyway. It does sound like she may have a herniated disk that is pressing on a nerve. The usual treatment for this is pain med. ... (14 replies)
... s site and posted over on another board with no reply's wrong place I guess but it did get me to this board. by reading alot of the post here I started crying I can not believe this after all these years with pain and suffering thinking I was going crazy because the doctors couldnt find anything that was causing the pain. ... (8 replies)
ATT: mel
Nov 18, 2004
... just sent me to PT. First he said it was a muscle pull, then soft tissue damage, THEN he said the pain was "in my head". It was then I told him I wanted an MRI. ... (7 replies)
... pain is not too bad, I can live with it, but the leg pain is killing me. I don't have weakness or numbness. Could this be still due to bulging disc? ... (13 replies)
... I was just talking with a woman who had one torn and two herniated discs, and she healed them using the McKenzie exercises. Today she is good as new, exercises and runs around just like a normal person. ... (17 replies)
... Hi, everyone! I am new to these boards and have a question. ... (5 replies)
... Well I don't even have a diagnosis because my dr doesn't want to do an MRI and I honestly don't even care as long as my pain is under control. ... (43 replies)
... Make sure the MRI reader was a NEURO Radiologist. ... (6 replies)
... I posted on here before and many asked for updates because they had a similar situation where they had no left leg pain until after surgery and didn't know what may be the cause. ... (1 replies)
Question
May 22, 2007
... Well you have already been confirmed of having one bulging disc as the base of your spine. It is more likely still present and not healed and maybe further herniated at this point. Plus you may have others that are not playing nice too. ... (8 replies)
... his break was right at the end of his femur at the joint area where it looks like a knuckle...like two knuckles..it was split right up the middle and off to one side and then spiraled in another spot. ... (30 replies)
... that the pain is strictly 'positional'. This is a super long story but I will try to make it short. ... (185 replies)




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