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... could it be that my nerves are finally starting to heal? ... (5 replies)
... what can i do to heal my nerves? ... (1 replies)

... Yes, Nerves heal slowly... a milimeter a week to be exact. ... (10 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)
... or all the nerves present in the annulus itself causing pain. ... (11 replies)
... I have serveral nerves that are permanently damaged from both my back issues and the two surgeries that I had. Both my surgeon, my PM and my internist all told me the same thing. ... (3 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)
... However, I do know a couple people who have had both a fusion and SCS. ... (19 replies)
... er three visits my acupunturist told me I had more serious issues and it was probably a herniated disc. He said if that were the case, there wasn't much he could do to heal the disc. He was right. I did have a large herniated disc. ... (4 replies)
... d over a dozens ESI in my lumbar spine and experienced many of the same feelings afterwards, increased pain in hips, back and down one leg or both. I've also had nerves pierced and had spinal fluid leaks from nicking the Dura. ... (4 replies)
... at even after the discs are decompressed, she will continue to have the same pain depending on how long she puts it off. That pain can last forever or untill the nerves can heal which takes years, a couple MM per month, which takes a long time to reach your finger tips or toes. ... (5 replies)
... One of the lesser nerves healed, and yes, the pain from that particular nerve is greatly dimished to the point that on the rare occassion that I get any pain it's more of a bothersome thing (like mild ankle & foot swelling) than actual pain. What I think is that although the nerve healed, it's not 100%. From what I understand, nerves can heal (although it is a slow process),... (3 replies)
... the c spines nerves actually carry BOTH the fine motor AND a sensory component in one nerve,each side. ... (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)
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May 11, 2004
... They can do flexion and extension Xrays and look for movement of the fusion. ... (2 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)
... Hang on, it will all be OK. You have a painful back injury but it is not hopeless. You do not have arthritis or spinal cord damage. You can get better. ... (14 replies)

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