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... When I had the injection, they were able to flush it out of there when they squirted the steroids into the area. The pain didn't come back until the next time I had a disc herniation, which was much later in the future. ... (4 replies)
... buttocks, into the side of my leg side of my calf and then can at times go to my foot into my big toe. So definitely L5. ... (4 replies)
... isc bulge that is causing the nerve compression in the foraminal openings. The stenosis on the right is more significant and is most likely causing the radicular pain you are experiencing in your right leg. Does it stop at the knee or run down into your foot? ... (4 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... ... (4 replies)
... Yeah too be honest it's quite difficult to get a second opinion in the UK but I'll try. The back problem has been happening for around 8 years come on suddenly when I was out running along with numbness in my feet dizziness and blurred vision. It's gradually got worse and the back pain feels like there's a huge pressure and stiffness which gets worse with walking and... (11 replies)
... over type pain where back pain is more localized and almost never results in pain all over the body. It also doesn't result in chronic fatigue, changes in sleep, mood, etc. ... (5 replies)
... hip areas and run down the leg and into the foot and toes. ... (11 replies)
... made it worse. Something that I found helps is to do something with my hands. In my case it is knitting. It takes my mind off the pain and helps me to relax and feel less anxious. I also get satisfaction and a sense of achievement from making something myself. ... (4 replies)
Apr 4, 2017
... Welcome to the board. I just read your other post on the foot and ankle board and want to assure you it is not unusual to have foot and leg pain without back pain. My first inkling of what was to come were toe cramps, then tingling in the foot. ... (2 replies)
... it will be an example of vibrant acceptance of all that you are to your children, who someday will face losses of various kinds, too. My husband helps me with my pain cycles too, and I am glad you have that relief. ... (3 replies)
... Hardware is not designed to hold things together permanently. Think about a situation where someone breaks a leg or arm. The bone is set and a cast is put on to immobilize the area so the bones can knit back together naturally. ... (3 replies)
... It appears that the damage caused by your fall has not resolved. Let me explain the hip and groin pain first. First, some basics about the spinal cord, spinal canal and spinal nerves. ... (3 replies)
... I have bleeding from incision still. Up until sat everything was going good, then all of a sudden my pain pills and muscle relaxers just stopped working. Now im in excruciating pain. Muscles are spasming like crazy. I dont know what to do. ... (1 replies)
... I am a fellow sufferer of lower lumbar issues and did a lot of research on si joint dysfunction and fusion after my first lumbar surgery when I still had lots of leg pain. I read through your post several times before answering because there is no obvious answer. ... (1 replies)
... I have had years of lower back pain and it to would seem to radiate around my hips at times. Sitting and standing were pretty much both out of the question when this happens. It would come and go. ... (4 replies)
... ossible to say what might be causing your pain. Without knowing specifically what is the cause, it is difficult to provide suggestions as to what would make the pain diminish. While it is common to have low back pain, when it lasts longer than six weeks or so, it may be time for a professional consultation. ... (4 replies)
... causing pain in my calf and right leg. The pain moved upward to my lower back and went away after about an hour. ... (0 replies)
... It is always a shock to hear you need surgery. Even though you say this doctor is the best in your area, I would still advise you to get another opinion from a spine surgeon in a different practice. Usually it is a good idea to get an opinion from a fellowship-trained orthopedic spine surgeon if your first opinion was with a neurosurgeon. While their training is almost... (8 replies)
... n marble floors was intolerable. I have to limit some activities to an hour here or there...some gardening, raking, vacuuming, etc. I can hike and walk without leg pain when before, I couldn't stand for more than a minute or two. ... (3 replies)
... ht above that, pushing in and touching the hip bone a little and also pushing in directly above the hip like on top of that bone can be tender also. If I draw my leg to my chest, yep I can feel the tenderness because I don't feel like that on the other leg. ... (6 replies)

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