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... Hi all. I had a microdisectomy April 18 2013 L5S1. I had originally herniated in OCtober 2012. I tried PT it did not help at all it actually made things worse. ... (10 replies)
... Some of these activities may be considered "moderate" under certain circumstances, but not when you are discussing the healing of a disc. Tennis and golf both involve a great deal of torque and twisting. ... (19 replies)
... However, it can have the effect of scaring the patient. They start to feel fairly good right after surgery. For the most part the pain they've been experiencing for weeks or months is gone. As the steroid wears off, the person becomes more aware of the pain. ... (19 replies)

... I had a microdisectomy where they removed part of my disc. ... (16 replies)
... I recently had a lumbar microdisectomy (along with shaving some bone spurs) after having nearly a year of sciatic pain. There certainly has been some improvement, although when I went in the pain wasn't too bad - I had the surgery regardless as over the course of a year I had many weeks/months where things looked to be getting better so I would cancel consultations, and then... (5 replies)
... I remember taking Lyrica after my first fusion and wondering whether it was making any difference in my pain levels. All my pain was also in my legs, not in my back. ... (1 replies)
... If it's nerve pain it could take a long time to heal because nerves heal very slowely. ... (9 replies)
Jun 14, 2012
... odiscectomy in 3 weeks. The hope is that this will resolve the leg pain. I'm looking for any information about what happens in preparation for and what happens after the surgery. ... (6 replies)
... I'm really glad that you are giving me some hope. I too keep thinking of scar tissue and all. I read that it usually kicks in at around 3 months even after you seem to be getting better. ... (289 replies)
... hat you can and can't do. Listen to your body and make sensible choices. The no bending, lifting etc is key to healing. You don't want to risk reherniating a 3rd time as you do not want a fusion. I remember after my 2 surgeries, I was even scared of tying my shoes! ... (17 replies)
... leg sensations after surgery. There's a lot of swelling inside the surgical site than can cause temporary pressure on nerves. ... (803 replies)
... S1 micordisectomy in Oct 2010 and felt better after surgery. ... (4 replies)
... leg is a GOOD sign that nerve is actually repairing itself, or is it just random stuff that occurs after surgery? ... (803 replies)
... How soon did that happen after the first surgery? ... (7 replies)
... Six months after surgery I got leg, foot and big toe pain through the roof, sharp and stabbing like a knife. ... (1 replies)
... it feels like I'm wallking on broken glass, and I have severe stabbing pain in the foot, mostly the big toe, that the neurontin has helped with quite a bit. My microdisectomy was July 2005 to remove the disk fragment from the nerve. ... (2 replies)
... to 6 hours after a dose, I would start to get level 10 breakthrough pain. And it seems to me, that once that pain breaks through, it's awful darn hard to get in back in control. ... (0 replies)
... for a disc herniation as there is other options.Her best option also could be a microdisectomy as it is minimal invasive procedure with a small incision. ... (3 replies)
Ergergency surgery
Dec 17, 2002
... Lisa you are right about the healing of a nerve that has been compressed. I hear from my surgeon and a few other doctors and then again in one of my classes. ... (7 replies)
... No one really addresses depression. Mine was bas before and after my surgery. I went to talk to a counselor. This type of injury and surgery was a life changer And I was having diffficulty coping. But that is expected! ... (18 replies)

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