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... horrific nerve pain all down my left leg with numb foot, no reflex either, and pain shooting from my rear down to my foot!!! I'm trying to think if I ever got an itchiness over the areas of my nerve pains, not really that I can recall. ... (15 replies)
... want to discuss that with your doctor. You mentioned seeing a neurosurgeon on Wednesday. Hopefully, you meant a neurologist. A neurosurgeon may schedule you for surgery before ruling out other causes that may not call for surgery. ... (3 replies)
... on fingers and that relieved the burning itchiness for a lottle while at least. ... (25 replies)

... Hello everyone. I'm new here. This is kind of long winded, so bare with me. I had a microdiscectomy exactly 6 weeks ago. All seemed to be going well for the first 5 weeks post-op(no back pain,minor occasional sciatica but nothing that concerned me). About a week ago I leaned ever so slightly to the side, and my back felt like it went out on me. I know the feeling as it's... (4 replies)
... One thing that is bugging me is the itchiness where my incision is. Is that a good thing? ... (22 replies)
... effects. I took some benadryl with my Ultram tonight and so far it is working to keep the itchiness and nausea at a low level. ... (14 replies)
... My surgery has been reset to June 22nd. I had JUST sent my paperwork in with my boss's signature when the doc's office called to reschedule. ... (12 replies)
... We have really learned a lot from the boards and appreciate any hopeful insights you can offer. I think he is just scared that the surgery was for nothing but I think it is just going to take a lot more time than he imagined. He is only 23 and this has been really hard for us. ... (803 replies)
... Hi Pebbles, Don't know about the itchiness but the sleeplessness sounds familiar.Tamadol iv'e been taking prior to and after surgery, about 3 months now.Usually my sleep is not interupted but I am awake at 4am, 6am, then 8am then I am up for the day. So I can certainly identify with your symptoms. to you, Davy (6 replies)

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