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... could it be that my nerves are finally starting to heal? ... (5 replies)
... So, to answer your question....yes, it is possible for permanently damaged nerves to heal. However, it can be quite rare. ... (3 replies)

... do permanently damaged nerves ever heal? ... (3 replies)
... Kim, I have heard that it can take up to 2 years for nerves to heal. Hope that is what is going on with you and that you will continue to improve. ... (5 replies)
... Hey Kim that is great news. I don't know much about nerves just wanted to chime in to let you know I'm glad your pain is getting better. Take care and I hope your pain continues to diminish. ... (5 replies)
... No. If you have not seen a recovery of feeling in a damaged nerve in a year, you will not regain feeling or use of that nerve. ... (3 replies)
... The short answer depends. It depends on the type of nerve damage, how severe the damage is and how quickly it's treated. (5 replies)
... Well what ever the reason is that's awesome news about your pain level going down :) Hope your Christmas was great. (5 replies)
... Yes, Nerves heal slowly... a milimeter a week to be exact. ... (10 replies)
... i am having areal hard time .i hope immobilizing my arm will help the damaged nerves to heal on their own!! i am not feeling such intense burning since having this put on. istill have what feels like something pulling in the left side of my neck... ... (0 replies)
... c6" is consistent with your arm and shoulder pain. And this is the one level fused last Dec 13. It takes time for inflamed and damaged nerves to heal. The operation can make it worse in the short term. ... (18 replies)
... I was told the same thing as Bake and Pray...whatever improvement (or lack of improvement) that I had after one year was what I could expect forever. It has held true for me. After almost 3 years post op my nerve pain has not changed. Good luck...maybe you will be lucky like jdsun!! Deb (3 replies)
... I even begged the neurologist to do a nerve block or anything just to stop the pain, but he said that he couldn't because he said that trying to find which nerves were damaged during surgery would be like trying to find a needle in a haystack. ... (10 replies)
... It comes down to deciding which happened first...Did I fall, have a resulting bleed that damaged the cranial nerves, etc.? ... (4 replies)
... you see in front of you as far as discolerinng, inflamation and the shingle like leasions caused by neurotransmitters that actually cause inflamation of all the nerves in an affected area. ... (9 replies)
... that my pain was all coming from the nerves that were damaged from those large hernitions. I am going to call for an apt to see my surgeon this week. ... (3 replies)
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... weeks and you can't do any lifting, bending, twisting or anything that could make your internal wires move or break before they have a chance to heal with the scar tissue and anchor into place, there is a good website where I got my research from when I was doing my research, its www.medtronic. ... (5 replies)
... if i were you before committing to yet another medicine, gabapentin, i would get the test. What do you mean exactly that it didnt heal correctly, what is wrong? ... (5 replies)
... ing anesthesia.The best I ever got was a couple mgsof versed if anything at all. You also want to be sure your doc use flouoscopy to guide the needle and doesn't do it blindly. ... (7 replies)

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