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... tory will help you but it is food for thought. In 1996, my doctor told me I had degenerative bone disease. Which meant being on 3 different kinds of pain pills and where even sneezing would through my back out. ... (17 replies)
... I too, had 360 fusion at the same levels you will be having. My surgery was performed June 2006. Unfortunately, after the surgery I've had many complications including bronchitis and pneumonia. ... (23 replies)
... erve to recover...doctors often toss out numbers, often ending with a year, for time of recovery, but in reality, there is no realistic timeframe. I had spinal fusion 31 months ago and I am still developing more sensation in my feet. My 91 year old aunt had a stroke in Jan 2011 that left her right side paralyzed. ... (5 replies)

... I had been noticing that my running gait was off, in that it seemed like I was somewhat "dragging" my right leg when I both walked and ran. In early June of 2010 while running I stepped up on a curb with my right leg and it felt like I had been shot in the hip. ... (4 replies)
... I didn't have a fusion but had a laminectomy and facetectomy on May 6. Like you, I was almost pain free for 6 weeks. ... (7 replies)
Opana questions
Nov 7, 2013
... So I've never posted on anything like this, but I was thinking today and it really seems like having other people who have the types of medical issues I have to talk to could really be helpful. ... (0 replies)
... with decompression laminectomy done. Of course I had pain like everyone else after surgery. I was starting to feel better at about 5 to 6 weeks and then started physical therapy. Unfortunately they gave me two exercises to do which set me back terribly. ... (104 replies)
... orking. so hopefully they will come up with something to get to the bottem of this., it is going to ruin our marriage at this rate. He is so crabby from the pain and discomfort. ... (12 replies)
... with decompression laminectomy on July 9th 2003. I started physical therapy about 6 weeks after surgery. Unfortunately the pt had never worked with a fusion patient before and after a couple of weeks I was in so much pain. I switched physical therapist and they backed me down on exercises. It was no use. ... (12 replies)
... I hope you are preparing a list of questions to take along with you when you go see your doctor. After 5 months I would think you would be doing better than what you are. Maybe the hardware in your back is affecting you too. ... (398 replies)
... I know it is hard to accept the fact that our bodies take longer to heal than we want. Before my surgery I had hopes of returning to work after 4 weeks. That was dashed by my physical therapist who gave me wrong exercises to do. ... (398 replies)
... I know exactly what you mean about lying down and not being able to get back up. I always tell everyone that once I lay down, I'm down so if they need something while I'm up they better tell me. ... (398 replies)
... on July 9th 2003. After 3 weeks went back to see doctor. He took an xray and said everything was coming along just fine. He then gave me a script to see a physical therapist. ... (5 replies)
... with decompression laminectomy. Yes I went through a lot of pain after surgery and thought it would never end. But there is light at the end of the tunnel. As of last week I felt so good that I thought I would go back to work next week. ... (18 replies)
... Thanks to Luvwindnhair and Tomorrow for your good thoughts and questions. ... (12 replies)
Nerve Damage
Nov 29, 2001
... MRI done within 5 working days after leg probs from fall.. ... (4 replies)

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