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... I am glad that your mind is at ease with the staple removal. I am at 4 months post op and right now I have bronchitis. The coughing feels as if it is ripping my back apart. My primary doctor gave me a total of five scripts to keep my coughing under control. ... (177 replies)
... I am suffering from disk bulgement. I heard the best way to sleep or when you are laying down is put your back on the floor. I heard patients never should sleep on their stomach. ... (3 replies)
... I'm 20 and i just had a spinal fusion for spondylolisthesis grade 3 about four months ago. I use to have nerve pain when i first found out i had it five years ago but about three years ago my nerve pain went away. I didnt really have that much pain when i had the surgery. ... (12 replies)

... All those stretches put your spine in extension. Most exercises strengthen certain parts of the spine and back. Most people through the years develop an imbalance. In other words, some muscles are stronger than others. ... (10 replies)
... I would like to update this as I near the 3 year mark of when this inititally became really bad and mention how my recovery has gone. ... (6 replies)
... ad frozen shoulder, my shoulder ached. I lost range of movement. Each time that I tried to move it above my shoulder it felt like there was something stopping it and it felt like there was a hitch in it. I insisted that PT was not working. They sent me anyway. ... (7 replies)
Post-IDET Report
Nov 25, 2003
... It was great hearing more about your story. We really share some things in common and I'll say a bit more about how my thinking has progressed during my personal ordeal. ... (117 replies)
... more frequent. Every test imaginable has been done on me. ... (4 replies)
Pulled Muscle?
May 26, 2005
... Ok, I"m not sure what my problem is and any help you can give will be appreciated. I'm a 21 obese college student. I have never had any back problems before except for a pulled muscle while playing football. Anyway a couple of weeks ago I hurt my back at college. At first I thought it was nothing. ... (3 replies)
... but while skiing, the pain got worse and worse until I felt nauseous. ... (0 replies)
CAlcium?
Mar 21, 2001
... Went to chiro again last night...that was twice tues.First time was in so much pain from muscle spasms that he couldn't get back to move at all.Says if the severe ones keep coming on he will have me get an MRI in a couple of weeks to see what is going on with the tissues. ... (1 replies)
... pine pain forums on the internet because the sad stories hurt my heart and hopes, but today I am coming to those of you who have had successful microdiscectomies and asking you, how did you know, for sure, that surgery is the right step for your healing? ... (2 replies)
... The therapist is trying to create strength in the cord and back muscles in an attempt to help keep the slippage in check. When that stops working and if there is subsequent nerve compression, the next stop is a lumbar fusion...so you need to keep doing those exercises every day. ... (4 replies)
... a primary care physician who wouldn't believe my pain was anything more than some muscle tightness. ... (12 replies)
... well after my first lumbar surgery was there is a big difference in physical therapists. I think we have all been given a standard sheet of exercises to do for back pain. Usually they are stick figures with minimal instruction, but they look simple to do. ... (12 replies)
... Degeneration of the spine actually starts in our twenties. If everyone had a MRI at age 50, most would show some sort of herniation. No one's back looks "perfect" by the age of 50. And the majority of those people would not have any symptoms and would be shocked to learn there was anything "wrong. ... (14 replies)
... Right now I am so confused and scared about if I have another surgery am I messing my nerves up further? ... (43 replies)
Back Surgery
May 30, 2006
... Having pains are normal and in places you wouldnt think to have them too. I don't know if one is better than the other to be honest. ... (8 replies)
... I think everyone is different, but my doctor told me recovery is at minimum three months. My three months was over on August 17th. I also think age and recovery time go hand in hand. I am 51. I started back to teaching two weeks ago...much too soon. ... (12 replies)
... Hi again.... Actually no sleeping on my back doesn't hurt.....thats the weird thing... it is actually the only position that makes my pain in my back and legs and such ease up.....and yes, when I lay flat I can put my hand under there and have clearance........Do you think that this condition is contributing to my pain? ... (7 replies)


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