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... an tell you about my experience and give you some general information about what is regarded as "typical" but bear in mind that just as each body is unique, each surgery is unique as well. ... (5 replies)
... From 3 to 12 weeks is the optimal time for the growth of scar tissue post surgery so this would make sense...particularly since this was the second time you were operated on at the same location. ... (6 replies)
... hich had been removed twice, had grown back for a third time. I had the back pain, but in a slightly different place, some mild leg pain and tingling toes. The surgery was 9 weeks ago. ... (6 replies)

... walking immediately, but the dead leg is embarassing if I am out with my kids at a store. It can take upto 20 minutes before it comes back and while it does its painful severe pins and needles til its back and I can walk. ... (2 replies)
... certian from appearence fatty scar tissue..ordered dye for tommorow..Told me no further surgery and that I would have to live this way for life. Barley living, hardly sitting, doing nothing and here I am... ... (23 replies)
... ruptured. About 4 days after the second surgery my back started stiffening up on me. I couldn't roll over in bed and if I tried it was massivly painful. ... (13 replies)
Scar tissue
Dec 9, 2010
... If the second doctor says you're not a candidate for surgery to remove the scar tissue, it's probably best that you accept it, and then start asking what can be done to improve your quality of life. ... (20 replies)
... Often times when it comes to the back, they make this diagnosis based upon your symptoms after surgery. ... (1 replies)
... essed. it's been 14 years of experimenting with my abilities and learning to cope and find happiness and fullfillment in my life despitite the often overwhelming painful struggles to do so. it has been very hard on my husband and children also. you are the first contact ive made with someone who has the identical area affected. ... (23 replies)
Scar tissue?
Apr 15, 2007
... I have tons, and I suspect so do others. When ever you have surgery it forms for about the first 10 months. It doesn't go away unless you can break some of it up with massage, very painful. ... (18 replies)
... some scar tissue from back surgery like everybody else and am trying to figure out if this pinchy, "feels like something is stuck in my spine feeling" is due to scar tissue or the bad disk or the damaged nerve or a tight muscle. Have I left anything out? ... (2 replies)
... years and in 1991 and 1992 I had surgery to open the artery going to both of my legs which involved an incision from my breast bone to my groin. ... (5 replies)
... hardware. Have experienced many different painful symptoms in the last year and absolutly nothing visible to diagnose. ... (8 replies)
... I shattered two disks and had them removed. Scar tissue attacked the main nerves in my spine and another surgery was done to cut the scar tissue away from the nerves, the offending tissue pushed to the side and not removed for fear of it regrowing back even larger. ... (4 replies)
... story short, I have 4 levels fused via ACDF in my neck and I still have arm pain. When I had my last ACDF in April, the doctor advised that we may need another surgery to get rid of the bones spurs and other arthritic changes. He said because of all the scar tissue and bony fusion, he can't do that "clean up" from the front. ... (0 replies)
... One problem with spine surgery is that, unlike most other surgeries, once you recover from the surgery itself, you are really just beginning. If there has been nerve compression it can take months and months for the nerves to recover. ... (9 replies)
... If you live alone, you may want to arrange for someone to stay with you for the first days you are home from the hospital. If surgery goes according to plan and there are no complications, you could get by without having someone available, but it is helpful to not be alone. ... (2 replies)
... could be contributing to your pain. Walking is the most important thing you can do post surgery. It helps to stretch out the spinal nerves which helps to keep scar tissue from attaching to them as it develops and fills in post surgery. ... (4 replies)
... I think the pain depends on how close to the nerve the injection is placed. The good thing is that it usually only is painful as the medicine is going in, and sometimes it is more a feeling of pressure rather than just pain. ... (13 replies)
... I had another CT scan and it shows the material that was used in the original surgery the vertebrae rubbing and actually wearing away some of the bone. Also, it looks like the screws holding rods into my back look like they are coming loose. ... (14 replies)

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