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... surgery Went well Monday morning, at 645, was home at 1pm, doctor said nerve was very very tight and red and irritated. I took one percocet before leaving the hospital and walked 5 minutes and urinated before I left. ... (37 replies)
... As always thanks, and yeah my left calf and foot seem very cold all the time, crazy the first 2 doctors acted like no big deal. I could even tell my left ankle/calf was weak and they acted like it wasn't. The NS saw that immediately and I think that's why he said lets do surgery asap. I was wondering about the tugging on the nerves as I have seen some videos that look... (37 replies)
... l I will start off saying the Dr. I went too was sort of a jerk. He did not want to listen to anything I had to say. I asked him what I should be doing for the pain as I am only sleeping about 3 or 4 hours a night max. I told him I was in extreme pain had to stop and sit 4 times just getting from the car to his office. ... (37 replies)

... in the central canal and in the neuro foramen which are openings located at each vertebral level that allows the spinal nerve to exit the spine to go out to the area of the body it innervates. ... (37 replies)
... I would encourage you to be very conservative in your rehab. Once you overdo and cause a nerve flare, it is twice as difficult to get everything to calm down. It can be like starting all over again. ... (5 replies)
... on me. I had L5,S1 Left hemilaminoectomy, proximal foraminotomy and medial facetomy done. I had a large portion of hypertrophy ligamentum that was removed and nerve depression completed. ... (2 replies)
... L5. I was very active and lost some flexibility in the left leg but the Pain was maybe a 1 out of 10 so I didn't see the need to get epidural injections. I was actually scared I would injure my back more if I could not feel any pain. ... (37 replies)
... You may find that you have waited too long and will have some permanent nerve damage as a result. ... (2 replies)
... for L5,S1 hemilaminoectomy and microdiscetomy. I woke up with pain in both hips and sciatica down my left leg and toes on both feet numb, esp. my right! ... (2 replies)
... S1 often experience is the increase with problems with the sacroiliac joints. I had some mild pain for almost a year after my fusion until the muscles and soft tissue became adjusted and used to the new demands. ... (4 replies)
... to be able to talk to others who understand, at least in part, what you are going through. One problem we all have is that people with back problems that cause nerve pain never really look ill. So the people you interact with just don't appreciate how much pain you are in. ... (10 replies)
... Luckily I do not have experience with a pain clinic such as you describe. The interventional pain management doctors I have seen were associated with a medical clinic where my spine surgeon and my neurologist also work. ... (5 replies)
... What is that procedure called so I can let him know about that. Because that's exactly what my surgeon said that it's not opened enough and obstructed. I had epidural and cortisone shots they did nothing at all. Epidural, cortisone, facet joint, ac joint procedure, rf abrasion I think it's called. Radio frequency, they burned the nerves which was suppose to be 6 months... (10 replies)
... st trying to cover the pain. I can see where a spine surgeon would not think fusion surgery is an option at this point as there is no instability or significant nerve compression. ... (10 replies)
... From just looking at the radiology report, I would agree with your pain management doctor that a fusion is not a solution to your issues. ... (10 replies)
... I had no back pain and no other symptoms at that point. Found out after my first surgery that the podiatrist's diagnosis was wrong! ... (5 replies)
... acralized vertebra." In "normal" fetal development, the sacral vertebrae fuse together but the lumbar vertebrae remain separate. Sometimes the last vertebra at L5 doesn't completely detach from the S1 or first sacral vertebra. Sometimes this lack of separation makes it seem like the person has a sixth lumbar vertebra. ... (1 replies)
... I'm looking for advice and experiences with epidural injections. i have been dealing with an L5 nerve pain down my right leg for about 2 months now. no specific injury but i think i was taking too many spin classes... not sure what the cause is really... ... (7 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)


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