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... 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)
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)
... 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)

... so I am concerned that I have seen no progress with it while the surgery pain has improved each day. ... (2 replies)
Had RFA, now what?
Feb 18, 2017
... speciality even tho they are all orthopedists. This can be frustrating. Anyway, the original pain was localized to straight across the small of my back. ... (3 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)
Had RFA, now what?
Feb 18, 2017
... Is your pain confined to your back or is there radiating pain that travels down a leg? ... (3 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)
... 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... (6 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)
... I would be very hesitant to move forward with any type of fusion surgery. As these can help some but at times patients may still have continued pain in the back or even worse pain. ... (7 replies)
... Do you have any pain when standing that shoots down a leg? ... (7 replies)
... If scoliosis doesn't progress and there is a way to get lower back pain under control and pain down leg managed by some type of less aggressive surgery, I feel that I can manage without that huge surgery. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Everyone...I am a 58 year old healthy, active, female, fit and not overweight living in Alberta, Canada. For the last 2 years, in spite of being quite active with decent mobility, I have had alot of lower back pain (am pretty tough and can tolerate pain quite well and don't want to mask it with meds) and struggled at times like when I get out of car or getting out of a... (3 replies)
... yes ago. Everything went well. The past several weeks I wake up with horrible leg pain on both legs. The pain is in the front back. my knees my down the side of my legs. Not really muscle pain more like nerve pain and its the worst pain I have ever felt. ... (7 replies)
... It is a little odd to have pain in both legs. More common is pain on one side or the other. Sometimes a disc will bulge or herniate in the center, in which case it could cause bilateral pain. ... (7 replies)
... I don't have the pain when walking but I do when sitting...not as much as when I am sleeping. It's very weird as I am lying in bed now just watching pain.. ... (7 replies)
... But, do you have the pain at other times, like when standing or walking? ... (7 replies)
... Yes I have the pain when lying down (7 replies)

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