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Spondy and yoga
Apr 7, 2006
... L5, stenosis and a bit of a bulging disc. ... (2 replies)
... s relieved within 6 months there is an excellent chance for full recovery, but that the liklihood of full recovery drops to a 75 percent chance at about 9 months and only a 50 percent chance at a year or more. Naturally, it depends on the severity of the compression, whether it is constant, the persons health, etc. ... (10 replies)
... S1 back in June of 2004..... I have Chronic Radiculopathy of the Right leg, and now in the left as well....constant pain from my lower back to my hips, into my legs, feet and toes....I can not sit, stand, or walk for any lenghts of time with out being in excruciating pain.... ... (6 replies)

... ed with spondylolisthesis, a slipped disc that she had been born with. Things seemed to go ok for three years. As she became more active in a variety of sports and trained harder her condition became worse. Just over a year ago her dr said he thought it was time for surgery. I totally paniced. ... (10 replies)
Post-Op Pain
May 31, 2005
... laminectomy at the beginning of May. I was completely pain free day 3. After I stopped pain meds, some pain and tingling returned. ... (2 replies)
... in August 16th this year and I am still taking Neurontin for the nerve pain. It makes a huge difference for me. If you had the expectation to be pain free this soon after surgery, I think you were being overly optomistic. Just try to be patient with your body and do your part to help in the healing process. ... (9 replies)
... Yesterday I got my "Joint Facet" injection. It actually went really well. It is just a piece of cake compared to the "Nerve Block" injection. My leg still hurts but the Dr says that the injection will take effect in a couple of days. ... (12 replies)
... c I imaging the meds masked the pain and inflammation. Week 2, I had some muscle spasms and started up with the muscle relaxer, again. ... (7 replies)
... C..I think you should go and get second opinion..And I'm sure this Dr will send you and have Cat Scan or Mylegram .and this Dr can tell you more , what really wrong with you. maybe you still have nerve damages impingent . ... (20 replies)
... Has anyone had any experience with getting an epidural after back surgery. I had a micro lami almost 3 years ago. Still having leg and back pain. One neurosurgeon said no to an epidural, another has recommended it. Unsure what to do at this point. Have tried neurontin and other stuff to no avail. ... (2 replies)
... hours, just shifting and adjusting in my seat, not getting up to relieve pressure. When it was time to leave, I couldn't walk and was numb from almost the waist down. ... (12 replies)
... weeks out of surgery, there really was no choice for me. The disc between L5 and S1 was completely collapsed on one side resulting in bone on bone pain, and the disc above was heading there. My pain has been progressing for the past 3 years and there was nothing that was going to help it. ... (23 replies)
... n this slightly forward position you could actually do a bit of damage to your back. If you constantly keep in mind your posture by keeping your tummy muscles in and back straight, then you should be ok. By this method it is almost as if you are going for a jog on land but you do it in the water. ... (398 replies)
... First of all, welcome to the boards. You'll find alot of friends and help here. Am really sorry you are having to go this route, but also understand the not being able to handle it any more. ... (2 replies)
... weeks post op and needed to use a walker. Now 1 mo. ... (0 replies)
... Sometimes due to the surgical process, a nerve becomes irritated due to the trauma of surgery. Depending on the nerve's function, it can cause new pain sensations or it can cause muscle weakness or in severe cases, loss of the use of the muscle, as in foot drop. ... (5 replies)
... type pain that ran into what felt like my hip and down my leg. It would get so bad that I just simply couldn't stand it any longer, but in my case, as soon as I would get off my feet, it would go away.... ... (81 replies)
... na was removed. I completely ruined one surgery I had due to inflammation. It could not be helped. I had a family medical emergency that required me to travel back and forth to a hospital and to hang around the hospital for hours and hours for a week when I wasn't even supposed to be riding in a car yet. ... (4 replies)
... I agree with Fiona, the leg pain was the 1st thing that should be gone...if the surgery was able to release the pressure off the nerves. ... (17 replies)
May 5, 2007
... However, after around 3 weeks I did start to feel "recovered" in the sense that my back muscles were much looser, and I didn't have much pain from the surgery itself. Maybe this is what the doc means. ... (25 replies)

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