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... I am hoping to get all kinds of experiences from people who have actually had this procedure. ... (5 replies)
... Congratulations!! It's wonderful to hear such great results. It's nice when people share their positive experiences. Good luck with the rest of your recovery and keep us posted. Congrats once again. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Jessie, I am doing ok .. actually I had to microdiscetomy's .. lets see // the first one reherniated so three weeks later had to have it done again .. "I think I may have pushed myself some" the operations went well .. the pain isn't that bad ... the meds do help some .. I was walking that day .. the 2nd operation was rough on me .. they had to remove all the new scar... (50 replies)

... excruciating pain again. I definitely feel for you. I really hope that the numbness and pain do get better while you are waiting to see your surgeon. I had a lot of numbness too, one time for about 3 months, but it did get better. ... (7 replies)
... all activities. It's now about 15 weeks, and the lower back achiness never goes away. The achiness pain starts to get to me after a while. My question to all of you, addressing achiness, not severe, but annoying, ... ... (6 replies)
... s1 discectomy. The first 4 weeks were great. Besides the soreness from surgery. But now I have been experiencing lots of back pain, burn mostly when I lie down which makes sleep difficult to impossible. I have experienced similar pain before surgery along with leg pain. ... (4 replies)
... s1 discectomy. The first 4 weeks were great. Besides the soreness from surgery. But now I have been experiencing lots of back pain, burn mostly when I lie down which makes sleep difficult to impossible. I have experienced similar pain before surgery along with leg pain. ... (21 replies)
... training in ortho but take what they say with a grain of salt. In my experiences, they make a lot of educated guesses that are right sometimes and wrong sometimes. ... (4 replies)
... you for your response. I guess it's just so hard to tell what it's going to be like after surgery. I read so many articles and posts from people who had great experiences and walked the next day with no pain. And of course there are just as many horror stories. ... (14 replies)
... So what you have to do is find what is right for you. After my first fusion, my surgeon's entire instructions consisted of "If it hurts, don't do it." This was not helpful as you didn't know it was going to hurt until after it was over and done! ... (9 replies)
... in ever since I can remember, I knew something was wrong. I just thought it was Spinal Stenosis. I don't know much at all about Scoliosis, and never even heard of DDD before! Anyways, after so many years of back pain, if my Pain management Dr. suggests surgery for me, I'll do pretty much anything to improve this. ... (28 replies)
... year old woman with a long history of back issues. ... (1 replies)
... It's really hard to say what treatment options are available to you without knowing more. Stenosis is something that is often dealt with at the time of surgery, so I'm guessing your surgeon didn't feel it was causing any problems for you at the time he did your surgery. ... (5 replies)
... I had a severe rupture of L4. ... (12 replies)
... r each day. However I have started to experience pain again unfortunately. Its not major but its a slight return. I guess I can see its normal after reading alot of your threads. One concern I have is that I increased my activity levels slightly during the day of the onset of pain. ... (34 replies)
... I am now a good month into my recovery from my discectomy. Not any amazing results to report about. I did go buy a new pair of running shoes and have been getting out there a couple of times a week for a few miles at a time. ... (6 replies)
... I am going to have to have one, at some point. So, I am wondering if those of you who've had them, will fill me in on your recovery time, etc. How long were you down and out of commission? ... (9 replies)
... so obviously it does work for higher up parts of spine! ... (24 replies)
... Other than some walking my doc hasn't told me to do anything yet. I haven't done very much walking either but after reading about other people's experiences it seems I probably should be. Next week I see my doctor for the first time so I'll ask him about exercises and PT. ... (11 replies)
... Remember you are a unique individual and as such, your experiences may be different, just try to keep a positive attitude and concentrate on getting better. If you do have any questions, please post them. ... (3 replies)


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