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... My problems started in January 2020 with numbness of my toes on both feet , right much worse than left and a feeling of walking on sand, I never experienced any back pain. Iím in relatively good health for a 63 yr old female except for Raynauds, which has only ever been a minor inconvenience. I have always been physically active walking with some running 5-15 miles a day. In... (4 replies)
... r, and my doctor has me scheduled for another one in a couple weeks in hopes that it will be better than the first. At this point, it has been 6 months since the herniation occurred. I was in much worse shape for the first month or two, I think because my muscles were having spasms. ... (14 replies)
... but I will definitely ask about it. I'm wondering if it is possible for that to cause a herniation like i have? ... (14 replies)

... It ended up getting worse to where I was getting major throbbing pain inside my left leg for 5 hours at a time with no relief from the percocet. Ended up at the ER one day. ... (12 replies)
... Cj, Hey there.....glad your move is over and you took the day off! Smart 'move'! What a great week to have over! Sounds like it all went well, I'm thrilled for you. as for me...things have been going fine since that bad weekend, my prednisone taper was done... (4 replies)
... CJ WWWOOOOOOOOO HHHOOOOOOOO !!!!!!!!! Hope you're sleeping the sleep of the hopeful. Continue to be careful on the packing front. A little goes a long way. Oh~ (2 replies)
... ddp11 - it's good to hear from someone who had similar problems at an age close to mine. My fears are exactly what happened to you - I'll feel better after surgery and think I can do everything I used to do, and then hurt myself again. It's especially difficult because sitting down for long periods of time is very uncomfortable for me, and I am a full time student. When I'm... (14 replies)
... I went to the Emergency room out of desperation due to utter despair and was there for 5 hours and was seen by their assessor who then called for the Orthopaedic Consultant. ... (3 replies)
... I was in dance and was a majorette, but only for a couple years. I did a lot of running and horseback riding (since I was 4 years old), which is high impact I guess. I've also done lots of heavy lifting and bending (stable hand and landscaping). I had an xray in 2006 which showed nothing, one this past October and another just last week. I'm not sure if that's how you diagnose... (14 replies)
... I had lower back problems for the past 7years. I had surgery in December 2010 (microdisectomy) L4,L5-L5,S1. Operation went ok until I was sent home. I realized pretty quickley that I was leaking some sort of fluid...."and yes you guessed it..." I had a Spinal fluid leak. Crippling migrains. Rushed back in and thay put a stint in my back and I had to lay perectly flat for 7... (3 replies)
... I hope you at least try to get some chiropractic advice first.. I have had this surgery back in 1989..full fusion with a laminectomy. I have such stiffness after a few hours of walking or working in the yard.I hear that the surgury today is less invasive, mine cut me right thru my waist muscles and I think that is took me almost a month to walk again. My legs feel like... (8 replies)
... there is nofocal disc herniation or central stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... this will go. The MRI was a week ago, so about 4 months after the pain started and 2.5 months after it really started to worsen and it showed a small bulge. Is a herniation LIKELY to worsen? ... (8 replies)
... C7, there is no evidence of herniation or spinal stenosis. There is a small central osteophyte in the midline. ... (10 replies)
... I am NOT in the medical field but I understand some of this. Some, I don't. I will share with you what I do know. #1 Pain does not always display itself where you think it will. There is pain that reflects itself on the opposite side from where you think it comes from. #2 Herniated discs don't always mean pain. #3 Everyone over thirty can expect some kind of DDD, in... (4 replies)
... Hi, I am going for epidural on Tuesday. I am really scared, can any of you tell me what kind of pain to expect when they do the procedure. I think I will be ok once I get home, but I have had so many bad experiences with hospitals. I am even scared of the IV, I have had so many blown veins! Also the specialist jumped straight from Epidural injections, to possible... (5 replies)
... S1 small herniation that was pushing right, but I had no problems with my right leg until after my second surgery. ... (2 replies)
... Take my word for it when I say that I AM NOT THE TYPE OF PERSON that's irresponsible, but I do believe bankruptcy was the best option at the time and 5 days ago, on Oct 22, I signed for my first house. So, as 'horrible' as bankruptcy is, YOU CAN RECOVER. ... (20 replies)
... That area is pretty good now, but have been experiencing some pain in neck and shoulder for the last 4 or 5 months, but it is nothing compared to the original pain. ... (4 replies)
... Hello all!!! Sorry to hear the troubles and 'flare' ups. I have been doing ok...not great, but ok. I've started working some more (bills are piling up faster than I can pay 'em!!) and paying the price some. Still, it's far better than BEfore the IDET, and I can... (9 replies)

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