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... When I tore a ligament in my back I had pain in the area of the SI joint, which you have four of. Mine was in the area where the dimples are, radiating to the hip, and around to the groin. ... (5 replies)
... scarring gel as they had finally used it in the area I was having problems before and it stopped the scar tissue problems caused from previous surgery. ... (12 replies)
... my guess with the pain post surgery, could be that the nerves there are inflammed, maybe due to the healing process. Scar tissue can also irritate those nerves and make you feel like the problem is starting all over again. ... (9 replies)

... along with scar tissue along the spinal canal. This is a common finding after back surgery, however, it probably is the biggest contributor to your pain issues in both places. The bigger problem is that the scar tissue is also involving the right lumbar nerve root at the L5 level. ... (6 replies)
... Pretty much the typical radicular pain, sharp shooting pains and dull aches in the hip,thing, groin, calf, into the foot. ... (34 replies)
... weeks of PT before he'd sign me off to return. I went to PT for a week and started to get my pain in the side of my leg and a new sharp pain in my foot. I went back to him and he ordered an MRI. From what I can understand from the report, I have scar tissue pushing on my nerves. ... (4 replies)
... strength out of leg. Back pain went down some, and I could lift glass of water without sharp pain in spine. Had hope. ... (1 replies)
... I'm now 16 days post op. Sciatica is still gone completely, but sleeping and getting up and going in the am is absolutely horrific. No change in the low back pain I have when I wake up. Back feels like it is out as soon as I get up. ... (14 replies)
... My puter was down at work all day so I was unable to respond sooner. The doctor we currently have doesn't seem to know where or why her pain is continuing, at least if he does he hasn't shared it with us. I have asked that pointed question and it was sidestepped. ... (15 replies)
... as deemed inoperable by a ortho, a neuro and an ortho spinal specialist. Since it had been 2 years they all concluded that surgery and the ensuing possibility of scar tissue buildup etc.....well...........I was just better off on pain mgt. so I have been taking Lortab 7.5 and Soma since then. ... (4 replies)
... or a nerve could have caused the sharp pain throughout my body. I don't know why he would lie about this, but I am sure he said he touched it during the procedure. ... (12 replies)
... S1 on October 23rd 2008. I'm very healthy, not over weight...but the snowboard accident left me with no choice....the pain was not subsiding after a year, which included injections, chiro, PT, etc etc....My pain now is a lot less than before surgery but with one factor... ... (1 replies)
... I shattered two disks and had them removed. Scar tissue attacked the main nerves in my spine and another surgery was done to cut the scar tissue away from the nerves, the offending tissue pushed to the side and not removed for fear of it regrowing back even larger. ... (4 replies)
... could make the pain worse. ... (8 replies)
... Having some scar tissue after back surgery is pretty normal. The surgeon will be able to tell if there is too much that would warrant a problem. Since we all get scar tissue from back surgery the problem with another surgery to remove the scar tissue is the surgery itself will create even more scar tissue. ... (4 replies)
... After surgery, which people now label bad back surgery syndrome, scar tissue forms during the healing process. U may want an MRI. An alternative, and highly successful rate of alleviating the pain, is acupuncture. ... (12 replies)
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... From my understanding the scar tissue is attached to muscles and nerves and when on occasions I over stretch it is though someone is sticking a sharp object into my back. Within 12 hours the leg pain starts and the graft site becomes extremely tender. ... (4 replies)
... years I have had constant sciatica. I cannot walk one block. Surgery complicated my situation and I wish I had never had my first. Now I have problems with the scar tissue on the sciatic nerve and they cannot do anything about scar tissue except remove it and then more will grow back. ... (4 replies)
... iod, but if your Doc recomends surgery...Do it!...The longer a nerve is compressed the more long lasting or permanent damage you will have..Also a higher risk of scar tissue after surgery the longer the area is traumatized.. I am living proof of that.. ... (11 replies)

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