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... Thursday I got my staples out and had to wait in the reception room for way too long and by then I had a lot of pain in both legs. ... (13 replies)
Oct 28, 2002
... Well, we are back from our Arkansas trip. The traveling was okay. We had a lay over in St. Louis, Missouri so I got to walk around. The muscle spasms are all but gone, now. ... (6 replies)
Jul 12, 2002
... One Doc suggests the steriod shots, another says they will not work. I did have the oral steriod, no help at all. ... (3 replies)

... Thanks for all of your responses! ... (10 replies)
... enlarged facet, which is an aspect of the actual bone that can hit a nerve. ... (2 replies)
... ray because almost everything I complain about is on that list of symptoms, the only thing I don't have is pain that radiates into the leg. But it a dull ache in my lower back when standing, walking, exercising, and gets better when I sit reclined. If I sit straight up after a lot of standing it's a really sharp pain. ... (42 replies)
... e on this board, possibly they feel they might be questioned or chastised for sharing their story and their perception and opinions and experiences. Also, as all of this is new territory, its possible that you could get two different answers from actual experts on some of these matters. ... (8 replies)
... Sorry in advance for the long post.... ... (1 replies)
... Basically I am not allowed to lift anything greater than 10lbs, no bending, sharp turns ,squatting, kneeling, no sitting or standing longer than an hour. i work in a hospital as a cert. nurse assistant. so that pretty much right there puts a huge damper on my career. ... (8 replies)
... C7, almost 9 mm off center, and one of the worst pains I ha was the bones in the right arm felt like they were burning all day, it was the worst thing I've felt ever. ... (3 replies)
Aug 21, 2013
... I'm lucky I can go for walks but it increases the pain. ... (32 replies)
... ok this has been going on for over 4 months now its not getting any better i have worked up to the seventh of this month its to the point now i cant stand more than 5 min without hurting so bad walk to the mail box and back im in so much pain i cant even fold a load of laundry with out it killing me i have shoot pains down both my leg and now a burning in my shoulders the more... (3 replies)
... because of a 6mm herniation with an impinged nerve about a month ago. Was feeling pretty good after surgery. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks so much for the reply. Incomplete fusion is something I am fearing. ... (5 replies)
... The conscious part of you will need to balance out both the "do more" and the "do nothing" parts of your subconscious. Above all else, follow your doctor's orders. Walking is so important to keep your nerves stretched out. Congrats on not needing pain meds. ... (28 replies)
... Yes, the pars defect is congenital and i never knew i had it until November which was the first time i had a problem. I was told the pars defect was the cause of what is happening now. To tell you the truth the only problem was not being able to walk. My back did not hurt. ... (8 replies)
... Sounds like you have a lot of arthritis and maybe some stenosis. ... (16 replies)
Returning to work?
Dec 20, 2011
... S1 in 2008, had a microdiscectomy to repair the rupture. They diagnosed me with DDD after reviewing the MRI's from that episode and said that more surgery was probably in my future. ... (12 replies)
... I have been seen by many back specialists over the years, consultant orthopedic surgeons etc. Problem is they all approach with a forgone conclusion of arthritis. The NHS system in the UK has advantages and disadvantages, the main benefit being zero cost to me, but the negative is that you get what you pay for. ... (9 replies)
... Thx for all of your replys. ... (8 replies)

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