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... to remember that MRI is just one piece of the diagnostic puzzle. The results must be correlated with the results of a physical exam, basic neurological exam and after listening to the patient's description of symptoms and how they impact his daily living. ... (2 replies)
... P.s. im sorry i didnt see that march 2014 surgery date! You are still very early post op for a fusion. ... (3 replies)
... is familiar to me, and I believe, quite normal...but it is not necessarily something you should just tolerate as part of getting better. It is usually a sign of inflammation and you need to do what you can to control it. ... (4 replies)

... It is possible to reherniate, but it really isn't that common. More likely is that you have inflammation from the surgery and from doing a bit more than your body was ready for. ... (4 replies)
... I'm waiting on a call from the doc. My pain was always purely left butt to foot. Now after a fusion how the hell is it possible that the sciatic nerve in pinched on the right side? ... (3 replies)
... and could not hardly move it, much less walk or stand, and even laying down, the pain was that bad I thought, I may have to get it cut off. after a night of trying to sleep. Best I can describe this. ... (4 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)
... Unfortunately developing pain about three weeks post surgery often ends up coming from the development of scar tissue around a spinal nerve. ... (2 replies)
... At your point in time, there is still probably some inflammation going on. Surrounding tissue may still be traumatized from the surgery, etc. ... (10 replies)
... I should also have asked if the nerve pain you feel in your legs is similar to what you had prior to surgery or is this something that has occurred post surgery? ... (4 replies)
... Hi navymom, A seroma can put pressure on the nerves depending on the location & can cause radiculopathy symptoms & if the capsule wall containing the serous fluid, like a fluid filled balloon, is becoming thickened & the seroma is firmer now may be putting more pressure on surrounding structures & according to what my NS did another attempt to drain the fluid would be... (2 replies)
... protruding or bulging disc. Being only 30 years old all dr said to wait until I was 50 or could no longer control my bowels or bladder before having surgery. So, after trying everything from nerve blocks to spinal stimulated implants. I was left in pain and on 10 mg methadone 3x's a day 7. ... (0 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)
... I also noticed pain in the tailbone area after surgery, especially when riding in the car for any length of time. I did not have this before the surgery....weird. ... (4 replies)
... I was wondering if anyone else has had problems with tailbone area inflammation after microdisckectomy? ... (4 replies)
... S1 level. Immediately after surgery the leg pain I was having was gone. ... (17 replies)
... Dear irg, I have numbness in my feet in the morning but its been years since my lumbar surgeries. Sometimes after surgery the nerve even after decompression surgery can have permanent damage from original injury or there can be reoccurrence of disc herniation at same vertebral level or a new one or just inflammation of a nerve & hopefully the scan can show the problem & the... (6 replies)
... Hi good luck to you. My surgery was on april22 and I am almost ready to go back to work. I was told no anti inflammatory drugs for a month before, and for at least 6 months after. ... (9 replies)
... Dear ct, Are you saying that you are playing tennis or walking on a treadmill that has an incline or that you just want to? My neurosurgeon had me take my recovery very slow i.e. walking to end of driveway, short walks around house. Even PT which began @ 1 month was massage, predominately for my comfort, ultrasound to treat inflammation & hot packs to increase circulation.... (12 replies)
... S1 micordisectomy in Oct 2010 and felt better after surgery. ... (4 replies)


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