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... discectomy, it can take up to a year for the damaged disc to heal and to set up strong and gain some toughness...kind of like scabbing over. ... (5 replies)
... Be careful. I was on the floor changing the diaper of our 1 year old. When I lifted him up, knees on the ground and only using my arms....the herniated disc in my back exploded sending me and baby to the floor. It was the most painful thing I've ever felt. ... (17 replies)
... he Neurologist said bad luck...that I could have just moved the wrong way and it Herniated. I hate to have surgery again but want this pain to go away. Could a Herniated Disc of this size just disappear at some point? ... (1 replies)

... rve compression or to stabilize a segment or segments of the spine. It is not done for pain relief, although that is always a desired outcome! In the case of a herniated disc, if you are getting results from the oral steroids and exercise, chances are good that you will be able to heal the issue without surgical intervention... ... (17 replies)
... ice rest and stretching would fix no worries. About a month into everyday pain I decided to see a chiropractor. They did an xray and it looked bad. My sacrum and l5 were out of place it is clear on xray it don't look right lol. ... (18 replies)
... L5 being herniated and a bone spur on L4. MRI is scheduled for 26 Dec. He recommends pain pills if possible. ... (2 replies)
... weeks, it finally got bad enough for me to go to the doctor. I was given muscle relaxers, told that it probably wasn't a disc issue, and sent home. ... (17 replies)
... I plan to discuss this with my doctor tomorrow, but I was wondering if anyone with a hernaited disc had a problem with knots in their back. I've noticed lately that my leg hurts the worst when I can feel a very hard knot in my lower back. ... (17 replies)
... ate to do surgery and come out worse and regret doing it at all when if I would just have waited it may have healed enough to get out of pain. The MRI showed the disc across the whole back of the vertibre pressing completely against the nerve so I don't know if it can go back on it's own or not. ... (18 replies)
... d lay on the couch that's my life and has been for 4 months. I have alot of confidence that the microdiscetomy is going to be my answer. I have also read where a herniated disc rarely causes pain and I read somewhere that if the pain lasts longer than 12 weeks it may not be a disc issue that it may have been misdiagnosed. ... (18 replies)
... tetonteri66 is correct. Those muscle spasms/knots will cause things to happen. Those muscles will pull your spine into an "S" to pull the impingement from your nerves. I've had doctors look at my Xrays and say "you have scoliosis"....No I didn't. I had severe muscle spasms pulling my spine into an "S". I've also had doctors pull out tape measures and say "you have one... (17 replies)
... After waiting a month, finally saw a 2nd orthopedic spine surgeon that came highly recommended to me by friends and family. LOVED HIM - he was so nice and took the time to explain everything to me. Best part - he doesn't think I need surgery at this point, which makes me want to kick the other doctor I saw a month ago. I have no neurological symptoms and no weakness or loss... (17 replies)
... Im 32 and I have been suffering from lower back pain since about 2003. I first found out that I had a herniated disc in 2003 via a MRI. Which I was able to manage the pain with physical theropy for several years. About 1. ... (8 replies)
... L4 intervertebral disc causing anterior thecal sac indentation. ... (7 replies)
... S1 area if the only issue is a bulging disc at L4. ... (18 replies)
... r questions are good ones, but ones for which there is no real answer. I can tell you a couple stories of people, including my husband, who had a large ruptured disc that eventually healed without surgical intervention. But each situation is so different that you can't really apply one situation to another. ... (1 replies)
... So I went to talk with a spine surgeon yesterday. He told me that I have a hard type of disc herniation to do surgery on. He explained that a good surgery the disc would have this definite knuckle to it where it's a bump kind of like the eraser end of a pencil. ... (18 replies)
... I am confident that you have not tried viable methods that very well can provide you the relief you need. A bulging disc can be relieved without cutting into the body. If the pain did not occur from a broken bone it does not require cutting to fix it. ... (18 replies)
... weeks and even more uncommon that the pain goes all the way down to my ankle. Then the surgeon acts like my disc is not the best shape disc to operate on but it is bad it's just not the easy surgery he hoped for and what he is use to. ... (18 replies)
... There are specific exercises you can do that work to move the disc off the spinal nerve. Then it is also important to strengthen all surrounding muscles of the core and back. ... (18 replies)

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