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... the sciatic nerve is very inflamed and is causing you all this pain in your leg. Once it becomes inflamed and you are still doing things that irritate it, it is very difficult to get the pain to settle down. ... (39 replies)
... miles a day after a week, wasn't taking any pain medicine 3 days post op. ... (3 replies)
... I am sorry you are still in pain post fusion surgery. ... (2 replies)

... I hope you told the surgeon how much you were walking during the first week after surgery. That alone should explain the leg pain. ... (39 replies)
... I see that you pulled up my old post from January. It sounds like your leg pain is in the same location as it was previous to your fusion...? ... (15 replies)
... you mean after a spinal fusion you go through that sciatic pain? ... (15 replies)
... Thanks, guys. I had sciatic pain for 3 years while trying to decide on having surgery. This pain feels different. Maybe more muscular. And it's just on the front side. And it only hurts from time to time. ... (15 replies)
... That sounds like sciatic pain to me! Don't work too hard in PT. Let them know you are in pain. ... (39 replies)
... My first thought is that you are still so early in your recovery that it is too early for major intervention from pain management. ... (5 replies)
... Hi Keith, I wonder how much you are walking or exercising these days. I remember that early on after the fusion you were doing two miles and mentioned you had some pain. ... (11 replies)
... I was offered ALIF 7 years ago and declined after being told all that it involved! ... (44 replies)
... We all are different and we all have different things "wrong" even though we may all be talking about a 3 level lumbar fusion. ... (44 replies)
... s description of what she did post surgery and it made me once again wonder why people are in such a hurry. It may have taken years to get to the point where a fusion is needed, but people expect to get back to normal within a matter of months. They lose sight of the long term goal. ... (5 replies)
... Hello I was astounded by your story. Unfortunately we are all going to suffer from either cervical, thoracic or lumbar pain at some stage in our lives. My mother had several operations on her spine. ... (28 replies)
... i herniated L5S1 in '94 and had a lumbar lamenectomy to remove the piece that was up against the Sciatic nerve. ... (5 replies)
... S1 and Laminectomy. Prior to surgery I had numbness and pain from the sciatic in the right leg. Post op, I have noticed a marked improvement in the right leg and I can lay down now! ... (28 replies)
... Welcome to the board. I am sorry you are having so much pain and sorry no one can figure it out. I guess you must be under the impression that tracking down the cause of pain is a more precise activity than it is! ... (15 replies)
... i had an anterior interbody lumbar fusion of L5S1 due to DDD of that area. ... (11 replies)
... Thank you very much. I also have a history of joint pain etc and just found out yesterday I do have Rheumatoid Arthritis ugh (2 replies)
... What you have going on is extremely common for a multi level lumbar fusion. It took me about a year to work through mine and that was after I was fully recovered from the surgery and rehab. It takes awhile for the muscles and soft tissue to learn their new roles and to start working again. ... (2 replies)


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