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... Your surgeon probably had to manipulate the affected nerves somewhat in order to get them decompressed. Even if there is no residual nerve damage the nerves are somewhat traumatized during the surgery. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks. Still going well and following instructions, taking little walks but otherwise just resting. Pain is decreasing a little each day. ... (3 replies)
Lumbar fusion
Oct 24, 2014
... On day 4 my sciatic pain that I'd had since about 2004 went away and I was off all medications by the twelfth day. ... (16 replies)

... fusion when I complained of S1 nerve pain, but that only lasted a few months and I chalked it up to my back readjusting to being back "in place". ... (1 replies)
Lumbar fusion
Oct 23, 2014
... I see that you say the fusion was successful...I gather your pain symptoms were the same post surgery as before surgery? ... (16 replies)
... The fact that you have pain in both legs might indicate some sort of instability. Do you know if your fusion has completely fused and that hardware is intact? ... (1 replies)
... I didn't have iliac crest bone graft for my fusions but I understand that for some, it remains a source of pain for quite some time. ... (5 replies)
... more than prior to surgery. I have been to numerous specialist, pain management, neuro surgerons, have had epidural steriod injections, nerve blocks, SI injections, etc trying to ease my pain with no relief. ... (5 replies)
... Welcome to the board. When you cannot deal with pain any longer, and nerve compression is causing the sciatic pain, you may want to have surgery. ... (1 replies)
... When someone has pain that is bilateral, it is often a sign that there is some instability. ... (9 replies)
... I cannot say if the following is true for you, but often when pain switches from leg to leg, it is due to instability. ... (1 replies)
... I had a procedure done over two years ago called Dynesis. Where they had put flexible metal rods in my spine to stabilise the spine as the L5 had collapsed and was sitting on my nerve. January of this year had a screw removed from the S1 area as it was not fixed. ... (1 replies)
... I've had low back pain off and on for more than six months. At first, it would be an acute incident, can't stand up straight for two days, then it went away. Happened again in a month. ... (9 replies)
... S1 you have arthritis in the facet joints. Those are the bones that kinda wing out in a "Y". No big deal really. It can be a local pain contributor later on. ... (3 replies)
... I've been having back pain on and off for over 5 years. Four times I've landed in hospital, but usually I'm able to manage it at home with some help. ... (3 replies)
... L5, that is causing symptoms. Epidural fibrosis has formed and is impacting nerves. From three surgeries, you have developed complex regional pain syndrome. ... (4 replies)
... Usually nerve block injections are given for diagnostic purposes, either to be sure the pain generator has been located or as preparation for a nerve ablation procedure. In this case the nerve that is causing the pain is located and then later, a nerve ablation procedure is performed. ... (1 replies)
... ac joint dysfunction. "Sciatica" is not a diagnosis but a symptom that can be caused by a number of issues but always involves something pressing on the sciatic nerve or the lower lumbar spinal nerves that tie into the sciatic nerve. ... (3 replies)
... e something you have had for a long time and it may now be stable, in which case, it is probably not causing symptoms. But if there is instability, it can cause nerve pain...often if there is pain in both legs or if it shifts from one leg to the other, it is a result of the spondylolisthesis. ... (10 replies)
... I've had a bad back for the past 6 years or so and found out 3 years ago that I have 2 herniated lumbar discs, l5 and s1. Pain felt all in the back, down both legs, although the left leg is significantly worse than the right, and as constant as the back pain. ... (1 replies)

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