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... low back surgeries and 1 cervical surgery. All together I have had 18 various surgeries with my low back being the leader. ... (10 replies)
... Dude!, No offence or insensitivity taken. I thank you for your humor and input. ... (11 replies)
... I just happened upon this site, and i'm so glad I did. Maybe someone can offer me some good advice, or at least encouragement. I'm 28, and was diagnosed with degenerative disc disease when i was 26. ... (13 replies)

Jun 5, 2002
... thru a lot of posts because since my EMG Monday, the pain is getting steadily worse. I think it was Dayna that said that happened to her uncle. Anyway, can't sit at the computer for long. I am just hoping this is a temporary set back cause I was doing sooo much better for a week or so. Anyway, enough about me. ... (10 replies)
... I am new to this so bear with me ok... I hurt my back when I was 18 yrs. and am now 46. In 1979 I had a lumbar fusion on L4,L5,S1 and a lamanectomy at L5 . I also hurt my neck at the same time but it didn't give me much problems til about 5 years ago. ... (11 replies)
... Hi Joined this group back in Feb when I was in FL and haveing bad back episode. Had back problems for about 10 years from herniated disc. In last few years it got worse and worse. Gave up golf 2 years ago. ... (5 replies)
... I've got a bit of nerve pain down my left leg, but am so delighted to be able to walk upright again, after 4 years of gtting about doubled over and in so much pain. ... (11 replies)
... Hello to all , it has been a while now since I last posted a new thread and I have been seeing lots of doctors to help me with my back troubles.. ... (0 replies)
Post oo 360
Mar 7, 2009
... Well, I did it. It was supposed to be done in one procedure, but they had to stop. I went in on the 25th. They did the front entry, and he started cleaning up. He said I just started oozing everywhere. He got the hardware in and closed. ... (4 replies)
... rays and said he would do two adjustments and if there was no improvement he would send me right back to my Orthopedic Specialist. ... (11 replies)
... senblum is a fantastic doctor , he does not have the best bed side manners.. when you are having a back surgery you want the best doctor with the most experiance and best reputation.. Dr. ... (14 replies)
Please Help!
Feb 3, 2008
... S1 levels. My surgeon wants to remove two discs, then due a graft from the illiac crest and fuse the two vertabrae, putting in a rod and screws for structural support. ... (9 replies)
... I know your feeling and frustration. I wonder at times as well. However my Sciatic pain is gone but I do have extreme low back pain and it feels odd where the back hardware is located. Overall, I seem to get a bit better everyday. ... (8 replies)
... p fusion. I spent four months in a tortoise shell brace and had a bone growth stimulator. I quit smoking after 10 years and am still to this day smoke free. The surgery was a success. All my nerve and major back pain went away. I am one of the few. ... (14 replies)
... I'm truly sorry that you family and partner don't understand your pain, but you've came to the right place for support, informative info and just a plain ole place to vent when you need. ... (10 replies)
... S1 and it is the only thing that takes the edge off the pain due to the fact that I am allergic to most pain medications. I absolutely love my TENS and I am not willing to part with it by any means. The TENS would give you the same effect of the stimulator without having to have surgery and it implanted. ... (10 replies)
... like I said before I was convinced it was my job causing most of my pain. And when I swapped jobs my symptoms began to get better. ... (12 replies)
... Hi Carol and how are you doing also? ... (12 replies)
... I to experience pain but it to started when I began walking for long periods of time. My Drs response was similar and he has been right. I continued to maintain and increase my walking and I can sense myself moving through numerous pain barriers. The key has been regular massages of my hamstrings and calfs. ... (1 replies)
... I'm very new to all this and while I've read a lot on the web over that last week I'm still confused, anxious and in need of some guidance, so any input greatly appreciated. BTW, 48, male, not to active, accountant that "can not miss work." Yeah, Riiiight! ... (16 replies)

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