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... Thanks again. I know I should lose weight. I am very heavy for my height and have been ever since I went through menopause 20+ years ago. But with all the aches and pains after surgery and being stuck in the house , it is getting harder, not easier, to drop some pounds. I did lose 20 lbs after the surgery, but I'm sure I've gained it all back and then some. Life is just so... (8 replies)
... Yup! But try to develop it. As I said earlier, learn to listen to your body and do not try to push. Some people get away with it, but, it ultimately catches up to them. Take it slow and easy. Work on getting stronger. Do your back exercises every day...and donít stop once you are through recovery! If you have extra pounds, try to lose them! (8 replies)
... I wanted to ask about some lower back pain I've been experiencing. ... (0 replies)

... Thanks so much for your reassuring words. This is my first spine surgery, so I have no idea what is normal and what is a cause for concern. And now, in virtual "house arrest" due to the Corona virus, I have too much time to focus on every ache and pain. Patience has never been my strong suit. But your advice is good - patience is necessary for the next few months. I... (8 replies)
... ve had four lumbar spine surgeries. Sometimes you wake up with pain you never experienced before...because a nerve was stretched during surgery...or something else occurred. ... (8 replies)
... I had lumbar spinal fusion surgery in early January, so I am about 10 weeks after surgery. The terrible nerve pain I had in my butt and thighs is gone (hooray!), and my incision has healed well, but I have a lot of achiness in my lower back, and it gets worse towards the end of the day. It is hard to find a comfortable position to sleep, and I wake up every hour or so and have... (8 replies)
... Went to my first PT and the guys said you have a piraformis issue and did something. Was in terrible pain for a month. ... (9 replies)
... Good point. Thanks. I'll work on my patience. I keep thinking of the joke: "God, give me patience. And I want it RIGHT NOW!" (8 replies)
... I remember some of those steep hills! I was almost afraid to drive up some of them! It does get tedious but just remember that you cannot hurry recovery. Those that set time goals and try to push are often the ones who end up causing themselves further difficulties. (8 replies)
... Thanks for your reassuring words. I had L4-5 fused, maybe more. I'd have to look it up to be sure. I do walk around my house as much as I can every day. Nowhere else to walk since I live on a steep hill that I can't walk up and down right now, and the mall has closed. I aim for 2,000 steps a day - and sometimes make it, sometimes not. I will try the traction exercise on my... (8 replies)
... I know Houghton. My son used to go to hockey camp at Mich Tech in the summers! Regarding walking, more important than how long or how far you walk, is that you walk short distances every couple hours. Walking is the single best exercise to stretch out spinal nerves. This helps to prevent scar tissue from attaching to a nerve. Just walking around you... (8 replies)
... I am getting piercing pain in the front of my thigh. Was told it was a nerve coming off the spine. No amount of rubbing relieves it. Looking for answers too. ... (4 replies)
... now after going home from hospital untill THIS day I'm having pain whenever i stretch or bend down in the same area where i took my syringe in my spine. ... (1 replies)
MRI or no MRI
Jan 23, 2020
... But about six weeks ago the pain moved and is pretty severe from lower back to butt and down left leg. It feels like there is a very tight elastic that will not stretch? ... (2 replies)
... Hello, Burning, tingling, severe, sometimes excruciating pain. Numbness in both legs, and heaviness. (4 replies)
... t a simple answer to your issues. The imaging would indicate that the testicular pain is not related to the spine, at least as far as the MRI is able to indicate.... ... (1 replies)
... It is a big adjustment that is for sure. I used to love to walk and now I am in pain if I walk too far. On the other hand, I can walk so I feel that there are a lot of people much worse off then me and I have to be thankful for what I can do. ... (1 replies)
... l5 fused in mid November 2019. The surgery was successful to the extent that my legs and thighs no longer feel heavy and achy, my back pain is essentially gone. However I woke up with foot drop that I didn't have going into the surgery. ... (1 replies)
... Hello, How extensive is this surgery. What kind of recovery period, severity, ? Thank you. I am scared. (4 replies)
... rvates. Both these areas can become smaller in diameter due to a variety of degenerative changes. When this occurs, it puts pressure on the nerve, resulting in pain and symptoms like numbness, tingling, etc. ... (4 replies)

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