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... Not to interfere with this post but i wanted to let you know that you give extremely important information to us that are going through this recovery. I enjoy reading your responses to different questions regarding this topic. I am almost a year post op and have been through the ringer now with experimenting with different medications and trialing scs, and now have a permanent... (9 replies)
... I had a fusion L5-S1 1 1/2 yrs ago. It changed my hips so they hurt and I don't get around much (pain). I get the nerve burning down left butt into leg; that's new from surg. I get epidural shots. (9 replies)
... S1 in march 2015, also. The only difference is my surgeon saw on mri that my L5 nerve root was pinched by scar tissue that developed postop. I was feeling better until about 5weeks into PT and my symptoms are similar to yours. ... (9 replies)

... If most of your issues stem from the same nerve like L5 or S1, it is possible that the nerve itself is scarred and keeps sending off inappropriate signals, even though it is no longer compressed. ... (4 replies)
... nosis, which is a Greek word that means "narrowing." In general, this occurs when something enlarges, becoming too large for its space, and pushes into a spinal nerve or the central canal where the spinal cord and cauda equina are housed. ... (5 replies)
... block of immobility that takes some time to get sorted out...and it is a matter of balance...doing just enough activity to get things engaged without setting off nerve flares and causing additional issues. In my case, it took a good 18 months to resolve the hip pain issues... ... (9 replies)
... Hi again You previously replied to my post with such detailed advice and only responded with a thank you. I just wanted you to know that I really appreciated your response and sound advice. I decided to postpone my surgery and proceed with our vacation plans. I'll revisit the idea of the surgery in late spring or early summer. I've read other post about this procedure and it... (3 replies)
... I think chances are good that you will just continue to degenerate until you cannot be on your feet at all and you risk permanent nerve damage. I think you are getting inadequate info from your doctor. ... (12 replies)
... the top of the adjacent vertebra. It can continue to slip and it creates instability at the affected spinal segment. If it is actively moving, it is easy for a nerve to get caught, resulting in a radiculopathy that comes and goes. The only effective treatment for an active spondylolisthesis is a fusion surgery. ... (12 replies)
... I am 50 years old and have had back problems for the last 15 years. About 10 days ago I was getting out of my desk chair and my back went out. The most pain I have ever encountered. ... (12 replies)
... Usually there needs to be nerve compression or instability before surgery will be considered. ... (3 replies)
... Your chiropractor is probably right. Get ready for back surgery, but make sure you get a good surgeon. Look 'em up online or ask for references. They won't like it , but it's your body (1 replies)
... mm disk osteophyte complexes. Moderate facet and ligamentum flavum hypertrophy. Mild central stenosis and moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis. Likely with nerve root impingement. ... (1 replies)
... Hard to say what is causing the pain. The dermatome location would indicate it is associated with a L5 nerve injury, but obviously no way that should have happened during surgery. ... (7 replies)
... chair that puts pressure on it, as it feels like my thigh is being suppressed of blood circulation and feels uncomfortable. I don't get any radiating pain down my back or thigh, or even legs. I just get numbness in the on the ball of my middle toe area. ... (2 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Sorry you are in pain. Pain from a herniated disc is not always felt in the back. ... (2 replies)
... damaged nerve in my hamstring. ... (2 replies)
Lower back pain
Dec 22, 2015
... I felt pain when sitting, but had no trouble walking, running, exercising. But in 2007 or 2008 back pain moved to left leg and i had huge trouble standing still, moving left leg was harder and harder, but there was less back pain. ... (4 replies)
... First let me say how sorry I feel for anyone like you and I. It is miserable living in pain. My suggestion to you is to find a neurosurgeon or a Pain Management specialist. They are more likely to get to the bottom of your condition and see if surgery will help. ... (5 replies)
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