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... Your situation sounds very 'similar' to mine. I ruptured my disc in Sept of 2010 and had surgery the beginning of Oct '10. ... (20 replies)
... minutes at a 90 degree angle. They did a second MRI and that is where i have the questions. ... (0 replies)
Jul 15, 2003
... I have just found out that I am almost definitely going to be having a microdiscectomy. I went for my second opinion yesterday, and that surgeon seemed to agree almost exactly with everything the surgeon I have been seeing for a couple of months said. ... (6 replies)

... chiropractor for about 8 months. We tried several different version of traction, stretching exercises, and a few sessions of accupunture with no help. The pain in my butt, leg, and foot was so excrutiating. It was affecting my work and my sleep and I was so miserable. ... (7 replies)
... S1 has now herniated 3 times in 4 years and possibly looking at surgery again, what are the chances of a second operation being successful I wonder? ... (8 replies)
... I could barely walk into the hospital and was actually able to walk better post surgery then I did six months prior to surgery. Other then normal "healing" at the incision I had a very smooth post surgical experience and remained painfree for 4 years. ... (6 replies)
Second Thoughts
Mar 20, 2009
... for me either, its a LONG COMMITTED PROCESS that I made a big decision to do, to get my life back and look at things in the LONG TERM. ... (15 replies)
ADR misinformation
Mar 11, 2003
... I'm new here. I've been a spiney since my auto accident in August 1997. ... (20 replies)
... s because I was looking for information on a back injury. First of all, I want to say I admire the courage and strength so many of you show. Many of the people in our day to day lives do not understand what we deal with on a daily basis and it really has helped me through some discouraging days. ... (24 replies)
... An Open or Mast microdiscectomy is when they use a tube to go down through your back, drill out the bone and remove the fragment. I have seen it on a couple of spine websites as both names. ... (33 replies)
... Prior to surgery I had lower back pain for almost 2 years, plus radiating leg pain in my left leg for the second of the 2 years. I had one incident of incontinence. ... (3 replies)
... by my pain management doc that per my MRI I had fibrosis and that each surgery will create more. You might want to check on that with your doctors when weighing in your decission. ... (5 replies)
... I'll second what Justoneofus said... it really depends on how badly it is affecting your life. ... (24 replies)
... Three months is a good number. I had every kind of ache and twitch you can think of happening. It all lessoned over time. ... (3 replies)
... etting the neurosurgeon's recommendation it has been put on delay...which stinks because my husband didn't want to jump into surgery especially without getting a second opinion, which will take several weeks for approval too. ... (2 replies)
... I was just wondering how long is normal to have incision pain after a microdiscectomy. I had one 4 weeks ago. I still get twinges when sitting too long or moving wrong which I try to avoid. ... (3 replies)
... Alan, I am 4 weeks post op micro also. ... (24 replies)
... S1 small herniation that was pushing right, but I had no problems with my right leg until after my second surgery. I had a pulling in my right leg that started after it, came and went, doctor said it is probably just muscle.. ... (2 replies)
... I second that...time for another scan. ... (8 replies)
... L5 microdiscectomy Oct. 2009. ... (5 replies)

Associated Tags: l4/l5, laminectomy, lower back pain, microdisectomy, recurrance

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