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... S1 in your case. Sometimes a nerve can get caught, resulting in leg pain, tingling, numbness and sometimes it affects the motion. ... (3 replies)
... months ago pruning a tree I felt as if I dislocated something around my hip. Immediately afterwards there was no pain at all. After 4 weeks i was very uncomfortable in my left buttock and after 10 weeks I had severe sciatica in my left leg. ... (3 replies)
... given norco and flexiril which didnt help, my surgeon kept saying it was because the nerves were irritated. I could only sleep about 2 hrs every night cause the pain would wake me up and i wouldnt be able to go back to sleep no matter what i did. ... (3 replies)

... told me i was over doing it, the truth is we all heal differently i am driving and going to the store no problem, the only persitent problem i had was a horrible pain down my left leg by the calf and shin every doctor or pt i talked to said to keep takin pain meds but they werent helping. ... (4 replies)
MRI report
Oct 20, 2016
... narrowing of that opening. The end result of these two things is that a spinal nerve is getting irritated or compressed. Compression at this level often causes pain that runs down the buttocks and back of the leg. It causes what is called sciatic pain. This stenosis is judged to be mild... ... (1 replies)
... Welcome to the board. First you are very early in your recovery so don't worry too much. Did you not have leg pain prior to the fusion? ... (3 replies)
... My husband had Lumbar surgery for the second time last year. Usually pain pills such as Percocet will not help nerve pain. My husband's Surgeon prescribed Valium for nerve pain as well as muscle spasms. ... (3 replies)
... Had lumbar fusion 1 month ago and am having severe nerve pain in left leg. Am on percocet but that is not easing the pain. Is there another pain reliever I can use? ... (3 replies)
Back pain
Oct 14, 2016
... ray won't show anything but the positioning of the bones. It is a bit unusual to have pain in both legs. Usually sciatic pain affects one leg. You should not keep taking strong pain medication. It can become addictive and nerve pain doesn't respond to opioids anyway. ... (2 replies)
... For example if the L4 spinal nerve is compressed, one could feel pain or other symptoms including feelings like water dripping down the leg, electrical jabs, stabbing pain, etc. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I am new here and know this question may have already asked. I have rheumatoid arthritis which is stable. For two years I've had recurring back pain from a bulging lumbar disc and herniated disc. Lately my left hip and leg are stiff, especially after driving. The left foot even seems to stick to the ground. ... (2 replies)
... should put away my IPad and come back to your post later.....but, I'm going to wade in anyway and apologize ahead of time if I rant. It annoys me when people in pain that has a reasonable chance of being resolved with surgery end up with a spinal cord stimulator. ... (10 replies)
... I have been sent to Neuro's and that has been it, excluding the pain clinic but they don't count. ... (7 replies)
... burning sensation like my spine is on fire but it seems to always start in my low back above my hips, which is also where the pressure feeling is a lot. My left leg seems to be worse than my right leg pain wise. I lose feeling in legs on and off without warning and I can't tell if it is both legs at once or just one. ... (7 replies)
... then falling. The dr's found Ddd, Osteo,Mild scoliosis as well as Spinal Stenosis. I was sent to physical therapy for 13 weeks, it didn't help. I was sent to a pain clinic and they scheduled me injections for January. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Teteri66 thanks for your reply. So far I've seen 4 surgeons including one last Monday-2 ortho.spine and 2 neuro. they are all private sole practitioners as I was limited by my medical group. Their recommendations split by trade: both ortho spine surgeons recommend L4-L5 laminectomy and fusion. both neurosurgeons recommend L4-S1 fusion with the last one I saw... (56 replies)
... Hmmm. My personal opinion is that they see some backs that are so horrendous and they deal with people all day long who talk about being in intense pain that after a number of years in practice, they lose all empathy. ... (10 replies)
... rtunately. Both surgeons agree that my spine is a complete mess after looking at my MRI. They are still pushing the SCS. They explained that because I don't have pain radiating down my leg that my condition doesn't warrant surgery. They explained that it would be a very complicated surgery. ... (10 replies)
... es people have this condition without knowing since it produces no symptoms. But sometimes a spinal nerve gets caught up in the instability, and this results in pain in the lower back, buttocks and perhaps running down the leg. ... (1 replies)
Oct 10, 2016
... Originally I was sent to a pain management doctor by my PCP. I went in for lower back and hip pain. I tried injections with no luck so he sent me to a spine surgeon. ... (15 replies)

Associated Tags: bulging disc, ddd, feet pain, fusion, herniated, spine injury, spondylolisthesis, walking problems

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