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... tral canal. The thecal sac is a tough membrane that contains the bundle of spinal nerves as they run down through the lumbar spine. Your MRI indicates that the disc is bulging into the anterior side of this membrane. ... (7 replies)
Herniated disc
Oct 5, 2011
... It is possible to heal a herniated disc but it takes a great deal of patience and vigilance, as it is a slow process. ... (7 replies)
... S1 area if the only issue is a bulging disc at L4. ... (18 replies)

... S1 disc herniation. I pretty much tried chiropractic care, PT and epidural injections after the injury, but nothing every worked well. ... (6 replies)
... c of the pain, but by the time I got surgery I would be older and no longer have youth on my side for the healing process. ... (3 replies)
Disc ?
Oct 12, 2005
... A herniated disc can heal but it will NEVER go back to the way it was before. ... (3 replies)
... I first herniated a disc when I was 20, and within three months it was fine and I never worried about it for another five years! ... (6 replies)
... Currently I underwent a series of RFA treatments, which require "3 weeks of healing before any physical therapy". Unfortunately, with the medications I am currently on my only way of getting around is a electric assisted bicycle. ... (3 replies)
... ed due to overuse, they work to heal themselves and leave calcium deposits and bone spurs as side effects. The pain and stiffness that result from this imperfect healing process are known as degenerative disk disease. ... (17 replies)
Herniated disc
Oct 7, 2011
... decompressive state and gives you a great work out as well. I am in a determined persuite to fully recover and there must be some one who has specialized in the healing processes of herniated discs. I will find that some one and their process. ... (7 replies)
Nucleoplasty
Feb 25, 2003
... nucleo 4 weeks was when the faster healing process begins... ... (6 replies)
... taken out of context. As we age, everyone's discs loose fluid and shrink. If they are herniated or bulging, I can see where, over time, as we get old, during the process of losing flexiabilty and height, it shrinks, but I had never thought that they get better on their own. ... (22 replies)
... if the doctor knows what they are doing.... I found mine to be very tolerable....no pain what so ever...from the injection..... but it did not help my pain from disc compression either... or after my surgery. ... (20 replies)
... logic was obviously in that disc with the memory. lol. ... (289 replies)
... Well go and have the epidurals. They can work very well for leg pain as they get rid of some of the inflammation that occurs from disc herniations. Just because you have pain down your leg does not necessarily mean that the nerve is compressed at this point. ... (20 replies)
... Jeannie, I'd suggest anti-inflammatories & ice right now! Your surgery was fairly recent, & there's probably a lot of internal inflammation going on around the incision site. I've heard that while there's inflammation, altho you may have had your surgery for a herniation,etc on the OTHER side of the disc -& that's where the initial pain down your leg was- that when... (10 replies)
... episodes" of excruciating pain over the past six months. And it has been progressively getting more severe each time. The first two felt like the symptoms of a herniated disc, pain in the buttocks, numbness, radiating pain, tight calves muscles. ... (13 replies)
... One woman said she herniated two discs, had it confirmed by MRI, was told she was a candidate for fusion surgery, but refused. ... (9 replies)
... a half of this pain it wasn't going to get better if I just waited another day's worth of healing as I had hoped ea day. I had to go to do something for myself medically. ... (7 replies)
... many in the archives. Sounds like you had some extensive work done that definitely takes time to heal. Gentle exercise is important though, to aid in the healing process as I'm sure you know. ... (5 replies)




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