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... I usually post on the RSD board, but now my husband has a new problem, so I am trying over here. ... (4 replies)
... I appreciate the long detailed responses from you. I seen a chiropractor and honestly I think they are just a big scam. ... (10 replies)
... the spinal cord stimulator was a device that was implanted as a "last resort." ...meaning that when all other options had been tried and failed, it was worth a try. ... (10 replies)

... starting to not good as good of control with my pain meds. My PM Dr. says I'm the perfect candidate for it but I'm still rather hesitant to try the trial of it. Anyone on here have some feedback on how it make you feel? ... (17 replies)
... My stim helps alot , the only problems I have is it doesn't help the back pain , and where they ran the wires down along my spine hurts really bad at night..Wondered if anyone suffers from this pain ? ... (12 replies)
... S1. Can anyone help me with some questions? ... (9 replies)
... How long have you had aa? ... (9 replies)
... Norco for 5, built up a tolerance. ... (9 replies)
Pain Pump
Jan 3, 2011
... I and almost out of options I have already had a spinal cord stimulator which was removed 2 years after it was installed. My questions is has anyone had a pain pump for more than 3 years? ... (2 replies)
... HI, At the beginning of September I had a SCS fitted. At the moment I wished I had not bothered. I have more back pain than ever. It was fitted to control the chronic pain in my legs. I have been told this is normal but it does not feel like it. ... (8 replies)
... are targeting your pain once this is done they put you comletely under. It was working wonderful for me but unfortunatley my lead fell out of place and I had to have it removed due to infection. I guess my body rejected the implant. I can't have it back,but I loved it. ... (75 replies)
... addicted and told me I will be in pain the rest of my life and there is no hope. I nearly killed myself after I walked out of that visit. I am firing him, but I have to find another doctor first. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Dee. Welcome to the board. Anyone here is welcome to ask questions or vent at times. So feel free to post what you need. ... (8 replies)
... HI, I'm really happy to hear that the SCS worked so well for you and hope that you have as much luck with the implant. ... (42 replies)
... and implantation of a spinal cord stimulator. Recovery is going as best as can be expected. Shoulder pain is quite bad but I am told that is normal during the healing process.. ... (1 replies)
... pain, etc.... I can barely withstand pressure on the hip that it is implanted in. The area isn't red where it is implanted, just very tender. At the same time I have had a urinary tract infection, I also have an infection in my incisions where I had my gastric bypass 45 days. ... (4 replies)
Husband in Pain
Nov 14, 2010
... My husband is 43 yrs ols and we have 2 children. He has had 7 surgeries over the past 9 years. He started with problems at L4 L5. But neuro docs misdiagnosed and worked in L3 L4. ... (2 replies)
... ect. next month, i will be trying the spinal cord stimulator. as far as the stress, i am on cymbalta. ... (18 replies)
... I go through this a lot too. ... (9 replies)
... it is a supplement,it claims to help with pain and inflamation as well as a host of other problems.I have been taking 1000mg a day for 2 weeks and it seems to be helping some.There is a msm creme the you can apply to painful areas and that REALLY helped me. ... (0 replies)

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