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Extending fusion
Feb 21, 2017
... Ugh I totally get it. I had total 6 surgeries since 2011 and it started as 1 level and as of last year I had extension from 3 levels to 4 L2-S1 and last few months I have been in daily horrific pain. Can't sit or stand more than 15 mins. Had to just go out of work now. Have 2 little kids and I know how awful and upsetting this is. (3 replies)
... g pains down the leg can take weeks to months to get better after surgery but I thought the flexibility aspect would start to come back rather quick now that the nerve no longer has the extruded disc herniation in its way. ... (2 replies)
Extending fusion
Feb 18, 2017
... l of a sudden just go out and I couldn't lift my leg. My problem was osteoarthritis caused scoliosis. After the fusion I was doing great, but now Im having major pain in both legs and lower back. ... (3 replies)

... type pain. Doctors were baffled because nothing on MRI suggested any nerve compression. ... (4 replies)
... I understand how you must feel having pain again after 4 months. ... (9 replies)
... While it is frustrating that people with legitimate pain are having trouble getting the drugs they need due to opiate abuse, it is doubtful something stronger would make a difference to you. ... (1 replies)
... type pain running down your leg. ... (5 replies)
... I have been running now for about 7 months, and about 3 weeks ago, had shooting pains from my lower back, down my legs and just pain in my back. ... (2 replies)
Dec 24, 2016
... And we've discussed a million times that it will relieve pressure off of my nerve and preserve the intervertebral height, but I may still have nerve pain due to the L5 nerve root injury. Fine, whatever. I can deal. ... (10 replies)
Dec 22, 2016
... It's very odd to say it, but thankfully the nerve pain I get and the ankle pain I get are two totally different types of pain that I can thankfully differentiate between one and the other. ... (10 replies)
Dec 19, 2016
... and during surgery it's believed that my L5 nerve root was either over stretched or nicked causing a moderate injury. This has now caused nerve damage in my Peroneal muscle group and my anterior tibialis. ... (10 replies)
Dec 17, 2016
... S1 discs this past Wednesday and I've been in so much pain that I feel like I went through minor surgery. ... (10 replies)
Jan 21, 2017
... erve, or if there is instability caused by lack of bone growth and there is movement between the bones are segments. Sometimes there is an unexpected reason why pain is occurring for which the surgeon was not aware.... ... (8 replies)
Burning numb legs.
Dec 31, 2016
... Do you have pain when standing and walking? ... (5 replies)
... With a spondylolisthesis, the L5 vertebra is slipping across the S1 vertebra. You may find that this causes your pain and symptoms to move around. I remember I usually had pain in my right leg, but one day I went into PT complaining of my left leg hurting... ... (2 replies)
... L5 nerve pain? ... (4 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)
Nerve pain
Nov 3, 2015
... clerosis and vacuum phenomenon, consistent with degenerative disc disease. Disc bulge. Mild central canal stenosis. Abutment of the origins of both transiting S1 nerve roots. No overt evidence of nerve root displacement or flattening. Moderate left and mild right exit foraminal stenosis. ... (2 replies)
... I have had sciatic nerve pain for over a year in my right leg. I've been to a Chiroprator first, then a Physical Therapist for 3 weeks. ... (16 replies)

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