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... 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)
... herniating the same disc even 10 years later. From all of the information I have gathered once the disc is herniated it will always be weaker and you'll have to be careful for the rest of your life. ... (10 replies)
... My husband ruptured a disc almost 20 years ago. This was before doctors routinely suggested epidural steroid injections, and before discectomies were common. ... (3 replies)

... It's good that you had a new MRI just to be sure that you did not reherniate, which is unlikely. It will also show if there is a disc fragment floating around that was missed during surgery. Sometimes when there is a rupture, a disc fragment will not be readily visible and it can be missed. ... (3 replies)
... laminotomy would not be the best. With the removal of a large piece of your disc, it is easy to either reherniate or cause the disc space to collapse. ... (4 replies)
... When they do the discectomey they only remove part of the protruding disc not the complte disc unless they are doing a fusion, therefore it is possible to reherniate the remaining disc material. ... (9 replies)
... Some people don't realize that you can reherniate a disc fairly easily....They think that by having surgery, it will return their back to the way it used to be, prior to injury or the onset of pain. ... (4 replies)
... hernated after an accident, after surgery. I thought that when they did a discectomy, they remove the disc. Which disc did they remove? ... (9 replies)
... Hi, sorry there is no way to predict how long it will take to heal. Sometimes they don't heal at all, everyone is different. Sometimes they start shrinking back and then you might do something to aggravate it again, and it can reherniate. Some people have large herniations and don't even know it. Did you ever have an MRI done to find out if it really is a disc? Or was it... (6 replies)
... just continue to take it easy on lifting, bending and twisting because I have heard it can take 18 months for that disk tear to fully heal and you don't want to reherniate more out. My tear wasn't healing as I had a chunk sitting in the opening. ... (2 replies)
... read about it. It would make sense to me that if you don't give the holes the catheter makes time to heal over completely, there might be a risk of some of the disc leaking out during the early days of healing. ... (6 replies)
... done that. I had an MRI back in December of 2010 that revealed a herniated disc 1.1 centimters, pretty bad. This of course was after about 4 weeks of intense chiropractic care. ... (2 replies)
... It is not all that uncommon for patients to reherniate a disc, and the risk is greatest in the first six to eight weeks. The disc does not "scab over" and develop some strength for the first six you do need to be somewhat careful. Not all surgeons will tell you this.... ... (7 replies)
... erniate, I think that nasty nerve pain again. But, what do I know! Anyway, with regards to WC, IF you did reherniate, I think if the doc said it was because the disc was so weakened and not healed yet, it would still be WC. ... (1 replies)
... I have no idea what the percentage chance might be, but I can tell you that I am constantly getting disc herniations. I'm lucky if I go a couple months without at least one. ... (3 replies)
... d, but the chance of full recovery is slimmer, due to going thru scar tissue and the loss of disc material, etc. But, he said it could be a possibility. Hope this helps, and hope you don't need more surgery! ... (1 replies)
... his morning, my back is a bit tight and tender but I am pretty sure that the discomfort is mostly muscular. I also think you should not be too worried about the disc above the operated one, you didn't have a fusion so it should be pretty fine, even if it is bulging. ... (803 replies)
... has been commonly used for cervical disc disease, the displacement of the nucleus pulposus is not always the cause of cervical disc disease. ... (8 replies)
... when the sciatic nerve is being compressed by this herniated disc material. The exact area of pain in our legs is directly associated with which disc is herniated. ... (5 replies)
... It's hard to say what is going on without an MRI and a physical exam...but, it general, it is possible that you have a bulging disc that was irritated when you bent over a particular may be herniated as well. ... (1 replies)

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