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... I developed severe scar tissue that wrapped around my nerve roots after a microdiscectomy. ... (3 replies)
Scar Tissue
Dec 3, 2001
... a repeat MRI showed no further herniation, just the scar tissue. I guess we'll be going the pain mgmt route since he's not leaning toward another surgery. ... (6 replies)
... your threads before. I'm not sure I can help, but let me tell you what my husband's doctors are saying. He's in pretty much the same predicament as you. He had a Microdiscectomy on Sept 9th. After feeling better for a few weeks, his pain started to flare up again. He says it's getting to be as bad as before the surgery. ... (10 replies)

... I have read that they use ESI to for scare tissue and that it can shrink it permanently and break it up. Cortisone is very strong. ... (7 replies)
... How long does scar tissue take to start forming and when does it stop? ... (2 replies)
... I am off for my microdiscectomy is a few hours, but I had a question. ... (2 replies)
... I had a MicroDiscectomy in 2010 nerve pain free for a year and a half. All of a sudden I am havig nerve pain agan. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I'm 9 weeks post microdiscectomy and struggling quite a bit. I've been told most people are pain free by 6 weeks. ... (2 replies)
... surgery. Anyway, my neurosurgeon basically stated the same thing, that it was related to scar tissue and that it would subside. ... (6 replies)
... a HUGE ball of scar tissue on my L5 nerve root due to a nerve injury from the microdiscectomy, and degenerative disc disease. I know, I'm a hot mess at this point. ... (3 replies)
... L5, and possibily some scar tissue from the first Microdiscectomy. My pain management Dr says he's done all he can for me right now and is refering me back to my surgeon. ... (6 replies)
... n and lamanectomy. The lower lumbar after two months post surgery get worse as the days go by. They looked at his mri today. Told him there is significant scar tissue. Its causing the symptoms to get worse. We asked...can they remove the scar tissue...he said..." no " maybe a fussion my help give space...maybe. ... (21 replies)
... Everyone makes scar tissue after surgery but some people make a lot more than others. The scar tissue will build up to a point and then stop. ... (21 replies)
... scar tissue is prevented by exercise, walking and you have done that! And, i had "tummy" trouble from otc analgesics, ulcers. ... (14 replies)
... pist worked on loosening the nerve so that it could slide more easily. I had been experiencing some tightness and minor pain in my hip and leg and she said that scar tissue from the original impingement was the cause. ... (0 replies)
... So I had another MRI that showed scar tissue, the doc decided to put me on medrol dose pack. ... (6 replies)
... efinitive for herniation and 3 pieces of disc were broken free from main disc body, herniated out of disc sac and pressing on L5 nerve. Underwent laminotomy and microdiscectomy and initially had some pain relief. ... (5 replies)
... Any back surgery can cause scar tissue to form, but it only happens to the extent that it causes problems in a very small percent of cases, although I don't know what that percent is. ... (21 replies)
... left lateral epidural space, circumfrontally surrounding the descending left S1 nerve root as it exits the thecal sac. There is additional enhancing granulation tissue within the central posterior disc margin. ... (0 replies)
... It is VERY important that you take small walks often...may times per day, especially in the first twelve weeks post surgery. This is the best way to keep scar tissue from attaching to a spinal nerve. Scar tissue formation is a natural part of healing. ... (3 replies)

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