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... It could be scar tissue. It developes around the nerves that they worked on during surgery. So the pain that comes back is basically the same as the original pain. If it is just scar tissue, then there is basically nothing they can do. ... (5 replies)
... Hi thankyou for the reply, but no i dont not recall any lifting bending or twisting the wrong way but i was in a humide environment and i do recall my surgeon saying i did have arthritis i hope it was just a flare up because it has been getting a bit better from the other days, i did do quite a bit walking over the weekend but i walk about 1ish mile a day in short 2 to 3 walks... (4 replies)
... herniated, the specialist said no as i still had nerve reflex which proved i had not. Thats when he sent me for an epidural as he was convinced it was just inflamation still from the op. ... (9 replies)

... hi tracer here and i got another mri and sure enough it showed alot of scar tissue decribed as epidural fibroas in the mri report.i thought i reruptured but its worse than that. ... (43 replies)
... I had sciatic left sided pain thru butt down to bottom of calf for 4 mos. Chose a well recommended Neurosurgeon who specialized in lumbar spine surgeries. ... (7 replies)
... I was in far less pain after this fusion than I was after my decompression last summer when I could barely walk after surgery. Perhaps I'm just becoming accustomed to the pain in some twisted way. ... (1 replies)
... If the pain is near the incision it could be as simple as a pulling sensation coming from internal stitches or adhesions. ... (9 replies)
... s good to do, and to try and put my hands over my head in a pumping motion as I've been so immobile for so long, thats the only exercises he's giving me for now. just to shampoo my hair is a task in itself to get my arms above my head. ... (10 replies)
... The best thing for you is to keep walking as that will deter scar tissue, I had to have a 2nd surgery, at which I was just fused 10 days ago and I am feeling alot better even though I am still suffering resudual nerve pains. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks glad im not the only one. Mine is the same cramp when doing that morning stretch kind of thing. Only the other night i had two really bad ones when i was just laying still on side with knees bent on pillow. my calf is still really tender, had my op in June so coming up to 6 months now. ... (10 replies)
... surgery. I can give you a general idea of the report, but as always, a MRI is one piece of the puzzle which needs to be correlated with the surgeon's physical exam, a basic neurologic exam and your report of your current symptoms to be meaningful. ... (5 replies)
... if you can. I'd wait a few weeks before starting PT, too, unless your NS says it really is okay. I'm just amazed that you're already in it and doing what you're doing. ... (17 replies)
... but if he ends up getting another MRI, try to get it done with and without contrast. This can help differentiate where scar tissue is. That is how mine was found. FOr me, I had loose tissue stuck somewhere, plus I had more herniations which were pushing scar tissue in surrounding nerves. ... (5 replies)
... Boot camp right now..The laying the sitting the reclining all has to be done in Baby steps untill they all start talking to each other a little. ... (38 replies)
... inflammatory's with my neuro surgeon. He also stated the maybe an antidepressant would help me as well because of all the pain that I am in and because I have many sleepless nights. ... (16 replies)
... I didn't have the leg pain, but I did still have sciatica. It may be something you will always have. If the nerves are inflammed or damaged even slightly. ... (4 replies)
... ing better. Unfortunately recovery is a long haul and you will need to develop patience along the way, as it does not always continue on a straight path. Don't be discouraged if you sometimes find yourself going two steps forward and one back. This is perfectly normal, if frustrating. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for your responses.....I had kinda been wondering if It could be scar tissue forming that would be causing my problem too... cause my neuro says that if I rehernited I would be in a lot more pain than I am... which the pain I am in is entirely enough... ... (16 replies)
... As far as the fibrosis, my pain never left at all. I had the neuro from hell, and he said there was no reason for my pain, therefore I didn't have any!!! Needless to say, I went elsewhere. ... (8 replies)
Day 5 Post-Op TLIF
May 18, 2013
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