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... Yeah I actually have two things in my back going at the same time, sciatica and middle back pain that runs up my body through my left arm and chest mostly and the sciatica that's running through my lower body and mostly my right leg. ... (2 replies)
... ior to surgery, be sure to bring in high fiber foods, snacks, plenty of juice, and get a stool softener to have on hand post surgery. The general anesthesia and pain meds are constipating so it is very important to keep well hydrated and eat lots of high fiber foods. ... (3 replies)
... The next day, I didn't have back pain though. I did however, have some strong knee discomfort. It wasn't pain, more like pressure, it just felt like it needed to be cracked or something. ... (0 replies)

... First, stop popping your back and don't allow anyone else to either. Sciatica comes from irritation/impingement of the sciatic nerve in your low back, buttocks and typically runs through your leg. It does not come from your mid back. Your best option is to see your primary doctor and ask for a referral to a board certified spine surgeon, who can examine you, run the proper... (2 replies)
... This doesn't sound typical of the type of numbness most of us on this board experience. Usually the pain associated with numbness is felt deep within the leg or foot or back...whatever is affected. This type of pain is often a burning sensation. ... (7 replies)
... e their experience. This is extremely painful and you can't google this. Drs don't give much into, just collect payment and send you on your way. When your in pain it's hard to remember all the questions to ask. ... (7 replies)
... The pain is justin legs. Back feels fine. Taking ibuprofen, aleve. Do you have any experience with recovery from numbness? ... (7 replies)
Mar 23, 2015
... very difficult to be alone as carrying things is next to impossible with a walker. All in all, I would say that the discectomy was a success as I no longer have pain shooting down my leg or in the buttocks. Just some hip and knee pain which is slowly leaving. Thank You again for all of your posts, they are most insightful. ... (4 replies)
... u may have to take Aleve or Mortin till you get in to see your doctor. You might try icing your lower back for 20 minutes on, then an hour off, and so on. Is the pain in your back or still just in your legs? ... (7 replies)
... as soon as I posted, there was a lull in the snow and not as much activity at work, and my back felt better and now the back pain is gone. I attributed it to a muscle strain that healed itself naturally once I gave it less further work. ... (4 replies)
... I could not walk. Very scary! Feeling started coming back by the end of that day and I was walking in three days. Problem is the pain is overwhelming as nerves come back to life. It started getting better and then has stagnated. It is very painful. ... (7 replies)
... Did you have right sided leg pain prior to surgery? ... (2 replies)
... What do you think of my current therapist's opinion of my MRI missing a disc buldge from L3-5. (5 replies)
... hello, it sounds to me like the bulging disc may be causing it. I am due for a spinal fusion in the next few days, I also have sharp pain starting in my back and shooting down to my left leg. ... (2 replies)
... Second, the therapist's info about the bulging disc is not accurate. Often a disc problem will cause pain on one side or the other. ... (5 replies)
... my thigh to my knee and ankle ending up with rather large pins and needles in my big toe, when this would start to happen, shortly after I would get the shooting pain down my leg. Again, all pain on right side. ... (2 replies)
Mri help
Mar 20, 2015
... r L5 and S1 vertebrae has narrowed, probably either do to a disk herniation, or arthritic bone spur or both. This can cause things like numbness in your toes and leg pain. ... (2 replies)
... It is going through my car insurance, and I already have an attorney. The police report shows that it was 100% NOT my fault. But my attorney says I wont have a case unless any of my injuries show "permanent" damage. And I finally got on the phone with the ortho and told them about the numbness/pins and needles, so now he is sending his notes to the insurance. I am just... (5 replies)
... cramps which may be part of the issue but it sounds like you have nerve pain as well. The Lorzone will do very little to address that. ... (5 replies)
... Looking back I not realize I should have stayed put. But another problem with pain medication is that I am a recovering drug addict. I was told to take the Lorzone three times a day, which I have been. ... (5 replies)

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