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... I am going to have to have one, at some point. So, I am wondering if those of you who've had them, will fill me in on your recovery time, etc. How long were you down and out of commission? ... (9 replies)
... I am happy to say microdiscectomy is over. It was a breeze, really, comparing to the recovery time I am going through now. ... (6 replies)
... the nerves had to have time to heal etc. ... (14 replies)

... c he said if I was his sister, he would take the longer recovery time for the knowledge that the disk would never cause anymore problems, during pregnancy or chasing little ones around. ... (14 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)
... on quitting lifting weights. So I am going to see my Neurosurgeon hopefully this week and try to set up the fusion surgery as soon as I can. I am not wasting my time with Lumbar epidurals. Physical Therapy is also a waste of time in my case. They are a temporary fix for the pain only. Painkillers until the day of the surgery. ... (11 replies)
... It is too early for you to spend too much time worrying. I would suggest you continue following your doctor's instructions as carefully as you can, and continue to walk several times each day. ... (2 replies)
... I did a few weeks of PT about 2-3 weeks after surgery; isometric abdominal exercises, and hamstring stretch, and piriformis stretch exercises; I did not think they made me feel any better, so I stopped, but continued to do them at home along with a lot of walking. Now because of the persistent achiness, I go back to the surgeon next week, and the plan is to try PT. ... (6 replies)
... l4 microdiscectomy surgery on Sept.23, 2011. ... (2 replies)
... If you are still able to work I would encourage you to reconsider having a microdiscectomy done. ... (11 replies)
... d has a shorter recovery time. ... (3 replies)
... says she can return on light duty....10 lb. or so lifting restriction....Can anyone that has had this done inlighten me a bit on what it intells and how long the recovery time is, and what to expect.... PLEASE!? ... (1 replies)
... mn at a time for 10 days!!!!! ... (15 replies)
... etting much better it was still annoying so I saved my money to have this done and in the middle of July I went in for the procedure. I had two shots at the same time straight into spot where the pain was occuring and they did absolutely nothing for me and in my experience were quite painful. ... (11 replies)
... date booked for the 5th nov, a bit worried but i think its the only option. Any one give me a time line on recovery an dwhat you should/will be doing after op (11 replies)
... You might want to find a surgeon in your area who specializes in the new endoscopic microdiscectomy techniques. ... (8 replies)
... your nerve needs time to recover. If it was compressed for long period of time, now normal blood flow is gained, and this nerve needs time to adapt to it. ... (34 replies)
... an ongoing argument with my manager about this type of lifting his typical response was your big strong man you should be able to do this with no problem. At the time of this injury I was 52 years old and in fine health. ... (36 replies)
... had some left leg and llower back pain. They had prescribed neurontin for nerve pain. I thought this painwould go away because I knew that nerve pain took a long time to heal. He said it would not go away wiithout a fusion.....I thought....well. that is why I had This get rid ofnpain! ... (6 replies)
... I walk 6-7 days a week, usually about 1.5 miles daily. Exercise doesn't make the ache better or worse. I tried swimming at 10 weeks post op; first time I was good; the following week, after 12 laps, I felt fine, but at night I got achy and it took a week to get that to calm down. Now at about 16 weeks, achiness has not gotten any better. I'm concerned about long term use... (6 replies)

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