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... If your pain has decreased,please tell us what meds you have taken.Every Doctor I go to just experiments on me with new drugs. ... (7 replies)
... I'm not a medical practioner of any sort, but I have lived with these symptoms you stated for over 9 years now, since I was 17. ... (6 replies)
... with emphasis on nerve pain. ... (3 replies)

... Hi, I also have nerve damage at my L5 nerve root, it's a pretty common place to get nerve damage with back problems. I had a laminectomy 7 weeks ago, where they shaved down part of my lamina bone to allow more room for my nerve. ... (1 replies)
... If You have TRUE Fibromyalgia you would already know, that Anything can Trigger the FLARE. The FLU will put your Fibromyalgia into High Gear, Any Kind of Pain Will Trigger Your Fibromyalgia. ... (4 replies)
... Hello Awlright, I read this response you made to 2w8 but I feel like it was kind of for me also. ... (38 replies)
... My husband and I live in Alabama and he works for a coal mine opperating heavy equipment. We have 4 young children. ... (0 replies)
... NCV to see just how much if any real nerve flow velocity is still there. this would be a really good thing to get done right now as a baseline study too? ... (1 replies)
... One more thing, Doug... I'm giving the WSN Nerve Support Formula a try, supposedly the right B vitamins and which are absorbed in the body properly that might help repair nerve damage. ... (12 replies)
... Sorry you've had such a hard time of it these past eighteen months. If you look at my previous posts you will know that I had drop foot after a broken leg and that I had nerve release surgery, which really helped in my case. ... (42 replies)
... April 9th I slept on it wrong and did it again. This time instead of waking up and freaking out like last time, I took note of how I was sleeping. I fell asleep sitting up, indian style, and had my hand kinda twisted under my leg. ... (1 replies)
... and there is tremendous progress. But I remember completely normal, and I'm not there yet. There are sensory issues of pressure and pulling, which I may always have to deal with. Most times I can ignore them, but sometimes they're really annoying. ... (42 replies)
... oo suffered with just having a simple drill and fill done on one tooth that actually affected my lower right side when that tooth was actually on the top. i also have sympathetic nervous system damage that has also affected that area of my face,so i keep developing really off the wall pain syndromes for no real reason? ... (3 replies)
May 20, 2008
... nsultant and that you're back to work so soon after your surgery. I'm not surprised to hear that you're uncomfortable walking about so soon and am confident that you can only get better with time...but don't overdue the walking thing, even if your car is acting up right now. Isn't it something with cars... ... (29 replies)
May 1, 2008
... months, nerve release surgery is performed in the hope that the nerve is kinked or trapped in scar tissue. The plan of this surgery is to restore normal function... ... (29 replies)
... ic AFO first and then I had a fitted plastic AFO. I thought it worked well until I had a titanium AFO. The thing is lighter than the plastic and no one knows I have a problem with my foot. It is so much easier even after the surgery using my AFO then no using it. ... (83 replies)
... Hi Clonexx...I just found your reply, so as you can see I'm not too good in getting around this site. If my calculations are correct, you are having your tendon surgery today and I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you. The very best of luck, and I hope you're home by Wednesday. ... (83 replies)
... sneaker and goes underneath your foot. It has some flex to it, and basically keeps your foot "up" instead of dragging on the ground. You can walk normally with it and it has some tension so that it will "spring" your foot back up after taking a step. ... (83 replies)
... Thanks for the update. First up, I have to say it's good you are so well informed. I am kinda stumbling into my op blindly. ... (83 replies)
... hope you guys are both further forward in your search for information. It is perhaps the most frustrating thing as I have found myself. Noone seems to want or is able to tell you how things will go! ... (83 replies)

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