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... how long do you have to wait after having my second lumbar laminectomy/microdiscectomy before you can lift again? (1 replies)
... I am one week post op for microdiscectomy and medial facetecomy. That is removal of part of the facet joint. I had severe pain in right buttock, right calf and numb toes. ... (15 replies)
... Honestly, lifting and back problems do not go hand in hand. I would not lift at all if possible, don't be shy to ask for help.. (1 replies)

... Hi. I had a microdiscectomy 2 1/2 months ago. Same thing happened to me. I had severe burning in my right leg, but not my back. And I mean severe. This was about 2 or 3 weeks after my surgery. I called the neurosurgeon and explained the situation. They prescribed the Methylprednisone Steroid Pack (to be taken over 6 days)....it is a STONG anti-inflammatory. On the... (4 replies)
... A laminectomy is effective to decrease pain and improve function for patients with lumbar spinal stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... or disc material from under the nerve root to give the nerve root more space and a better healing environment. A laminectomy is effective to decrease pain and improve function for patients with lumbar spinal stenosis. ... (803 replies)
Question
Dec 29, 2003
... or disc material from under the nerve root is removed to relieve neural impingement and provide more room for the nerve to heal. A microdiscectomy is typically performed for lumbar herniated disc. ... (2 replies)
Hole in disc?
Feb 15, 2003
... for a lumbar disc herniation that is causing leg pain is a very predictable operation. However, a discectomy for a lumbar disc herniation that is causing lower back pain is far less likely to be successful. ... (3 replies)
Lumbar Fusion
Apr 23, 2014
... s1 and the most recent laminectomy in January of this year, did not work and has increased my pain. ... (10 replies)
... Any condition that causes irritation or impingement on the sciatic nerve can cause the pain associated with sciatica. The most common cause is lumbar herniated disc. Other common causes include lumbar spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, or isthmic spondylolisthesis. ... (6 replies)
... Can you 'get' levoscoliosis secondarily to an injury that was treated with a lumbar spinal fusion? ... (6 replies)
... even approve the IDET. I don't know if your doctor explained the different procedures to you or if you had a choice but I do know that many of us who've had the microdiscectomy would do it again in a heartbeat. Of course, it's easy for me to say. My surgery was 10 weeks ago. ... (22 replies)
... Hi my name is Randee and I have posted several times to different threads. I am 13 days post op from L5-S1 fusion, my graph came from iliac crest-which is bone from the pelvic area secured with pedicle screws and rods. I am not a doctor but one thing I know from my own experience scar tissue can cause major pain, especially if it causes pressure on any nerves. Prior to my... (3 replies)
... has gradually increased each day slightly and I have pain in the right foot and calf, also pain in the hip and occasionally I get these sharp pains in the right lumbar region which last about 10 seconds. The sharp pain is not constant but the pain in the calf and foot pretty much is. ... (34 replies)
... Hey cow pin hows the battle, dont want to bore u with my story, but in short had a l4-5 disec minus your lamin... still have a protrusion in my l3 l4 but a year post surgery is still having same si symptoms . my questions for u if u dont mind is 1 this scar tissue the surgeon describe, did your body absorb it and 2 i do believe this is a quick fix ( to get u back to work... (11 replies)
... Microdiscectomy with Laminectomy back in 2001 from a gym injury. After the surgery I was fine. I was back in the gym in 2 weeks and pain free. ... (11 replies)
... ave never heard of a disc being completely removed without something being done to stabilize that segment. The doctor may have removed some of the disc, and the laminectomy is often done at the same time. ... (1 replies)
... Becky, I had a microdiscectomy and partial laminectomy on Nov. 1. I did not have back pain either, all in both legs and big toes. Like alot of others said, sitting is not a good position. ... (10 replies)
... re your back in the future. Often some changes in lifestyle become necessary once one begins to have spine problems. That being said, I have a friend who had a lumbar fusion about ten years ago. He still goes mountain climbing, kayaking and goes on dives...so it is possible. ... (3 replies)
... hi im nicky i recently had l5-s1 laminectomy due to pain through my left side from buttock down my leg to foot plus numbness that was on my left side but now its all starting again but this time on my right side all same symtoms im gutted (10 replies)


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