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... It is certainly my experience that the leg pain can move around. A herniated disc can cause pain in the back right by the disc, or, if the herniated disc is impacting a nerve, either irritating it or compresssing it, it can cause pain ANYWHERE along the path of that nerve. ... (15 replies)
... So, I'll try to summarize what I said....I was welcoming you to the board, and praising you for taking the time to learn about your health issue, research the doctors, and gather information. ... (17 replies)
... C6. I am healing from that fairly well but back in the beginning of June I woke up one morning and had severe back pain with pain in my buttocks, left leg and groin area. ... (1 replies)

Herniated Disc
May 15, 2013
... So I have a herniated disc that I've been dealing with for about 2 weeks. ... (1 replies)
... and don't even know it. The long term outcome for herniations is about the same with or without surgery. The fact is most people cannot endure the pain for the time it takes to resolve it. The human body is a wonderful machine and healing can take place. Nerves take about 2 years to regenerate. ... (4 replies)
... I would guess that your quad pain is most definitely associated with the herniated disc. This is a very common symptom, sometimes the only one a person has. My husband is a runner. ... (3 replies)
... Because the pain of a herniated disk is sometimes unbearable and your recovery unpredictable, surgical treatment may be the best option for you. ... (22 replies)
... 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)
... of lumbar patients have experienced something similar. When a disc herniates, it often presses on a spinal nerve, which radiates pain out to a limb... ... (4 replies)
... I have been plagued with herniated disk problems for years. I am a 44 year old man and spent a good part of my life playing sports, being active and staying in pretty good shape. ... (10 replies)
... of disc herniations are asymptomatic. This seems to me like a blunt simplification. ... (12 replies)
... S1 area if the only issue is a bulging disc at L4. ... (18 replies)
... In a way it could be a good thing that you have to wait for a few months before having the surgery option. It gives you time to work on regaining strength through conservative treatments. If something has started to help, keep at it! Healing isn't always totally predictable. ... (4 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)
... My son does have a high chance of playing college lacrosse. This has been his goal since he could walk. lol. I have taken him to a neurosurgeon for 2nd opinion and was told the same. Rest, walk, rest walk. Now finally last week physical therapy started. I have also talked to general surgeon and one other neurosurgeon. They all say the same. I'm just extremely worried, I... (11 replies)
... dvice regarding exercises and playing time, even if it means missing a few games or an entire season. As Teri says, discs can heal. Young people are marvelous at healing up, but they also like to start too soon. Make certain he understands the seriousness of this issue and the importance of being patient. ... (11 replies)
... real fruit juice is reported to aid during this healing time. ... (15 replies)
... This is the FIRST time I've had an IV that didn't bruise the hell out of me! One tiny puncture mark that was gone by the next day! ... (14 replies)
... are generally a temporary fix... they negate the situation as far as the pain goes... but the problem that is causing the pain, is still there.. but it buys you time before you have to have surgery to fix the problem.... ... (20 replies)
... I know that some people with herniated discs are asymptomatic and never feel pain while other feel excruciating pain. If the disc shrinks back, the key would be, is the pain still there? ... (22 replies)

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