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... S1 microdiscectomy in February which has completely cured the sciatica I had suffered in my right leg for the last 4 years but not the back pain. ... (8 replies)
... In secondary school, roughly age 15, I had a period of upper back pain that I got some physio for. ... (7 replies)
... nd that doesn't really bother me that much. The part that DOES bother me is when it goes completely numb, like it feels "Rock Hard" when standing still for about 2 minutes. I've been walking every day. ... (8 replies)

... discectomy surgery according to my surgeon, but now 4 weeks out, I am experiencing some sciatic pain. I have followed Dr's orders to the best of my ability for the duration of my recovery. ... (5 replies)
... days. Oddly enough, I had no leg pain for the first 4 days, then on day 5 it came back and just got worse and worse every day. ... (11 replies)
... L5...Low back pain and pain in both legs but worse on the left. Had several epidurals and facet joint injections over a 3 month period...they did nothing but make the pain worse. ... (4 replies)
... You can sit as long as you are comfortable, but most people avoid sitting for longer than 15 to 20 minutes. After surgery, sitting can be uncomfortable for a while. ... (7 replies)
... mile probably. My doctor did not say anything about it. When he came into the hospital room the next morning after surgery I was a zombie from the pain meds still so I really don't remember much of what he said. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, I've had 2 MRI's since my surgery. One was 2 weeks after, as my right leg was ON FIRE! I couldn't believe how bad it hurt and burned! It was "fine" immediately after surgery..... ... (8 replies)
... It's been 2.5 months now since my microdiscectomy and believe me i've been up and down with twinges and sporadic back pain. But it does go away. ... (12 replies)
... I, too, have undergone a microdiscectomy recently. Actually two microdiscectomies within the last 7 months. ... (1 replies)
... back on October 8th and am now 10 weeks postop and finally starting to feel like my old self. ... (4 replies)
... S1 microdiscectomy 2 weeks ago. ... (34 replies)
... I have had chronic back pain for more than 5 years. The pain started in my early 20's. ... (2 replies)
... Prior to surgery I had lower back pain for almost 2 years, plus radiating leg pain in my left leg for the second of the 2 years. I had one incident of incontinence. ... (3 replies)
... Okay so to start off with im 20 years old i just got a microdiscectomy on my L4-L5 had a very large herniation and before the surgery i was in deffinet 10/10 pain in my lower back and down both my legs could not walk, sit, or stand for more then 2 minute finaly decided on surgery i got my surgery January 6th woke up for surgery pain free besides incision pain when i woke up in... (4 replies)
... My procedure was supposed to be outpatient but I was admitted over night for pain management. Which was strange because when I woke up in recovery I was ready to jump up and get moving. ... (4 replies)
... microdiscectomy 2 weeks ago. ... (34 replies)
... I am sorry to hear of your new pain since your surgery. ... (16 replies)
... The numbness for me then becomes pain around noon. And the pain gets worse as the day goes on. I had sex after a week or so of surgery, but my hubby was very careful and I did it for him. I probably didn't get into it for 4 weeks and I was fine. ... (7 replies)

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