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... No one really understands what I am going through. My moms friends husband has had multiple back surgeries and a few levels fused. He is one of the unsuccess stories, so I try not to listen about him cause it just scares me a lot. ... (65 replies)
... ing, rods, pins, screws, the whole ball of wax. Take a deep breath, and exhale. You will come through this with flying colors. You have your youth on your side for one thing.....that helps with healing..and don't panic. It's a rough surgery, don't let anyone kid you..but you can get through it and you will heal. ... (65 replies)
... en working out my entire life until age 23, and at moderate levels afterwards. I started 2 years ago to work out again, bike riding and running. Started to train for the Marathon BUT THEN IT HAPPENED!!! Everytime when I had been running for 2.5 KM then my left leg fell asleep, and I llost almost all control of the leg. ... (44 replies)

... I find it kind of an omen that I found this ste tonight. Back in 2000 I discover that I had stage 4 spondylothesis with 2 bulging disks and 3 fractured vertebrae. I was a an ex extrodanarie fotball player in high school and I could not be hurt. ... (44 replies)
... I have had a lifetime of difficulty with my spondylothesis. I have had 3 surgeries, 2 of which were fusions. My back was fine for 9-10 years, now pain has returned. I now have pain in my hip, and my leg/back pain is worse. Now the pain is radiating down to my foot. I did have a disk bulging years ago, but nothing was done about it. I no longer work, which has helped me all... (44 replies)
... in my left hip. The sugery was to take only three hours but took 5 due to so much scar tissue. I had to be awake for four hours of the surgery so I could answer questions as they implanted the wires and then turned on the unit. ... (44 replies)
... I remember your posts, I'm so glad that your well. YOur so right to have come back to let others know that these surgeries DO work a good part of the time. ... (7 replies)
... D Glad everything went great for you.. I believe there are more people than we think who has a successfull surgeries too .. I haven't been doing to bad either.. After my injections last October I'm up walking further than before..Sure tires me out tho.. ... (7 replies)
Jan 1, 2008
... Hi, I can't imagine how scared and frightened you must feel as a parent of a child with a spine injury. My first surgery was done at 17 for a birth defect and I lived happily without any problems until I was 41. ... (5 replies)
... rays done and was told simply that I had a curved spine in my lumbar region. He told me to try physio and some anti inflamatories. I did that for about 3 months and it just got worse. ... (44 replies)
... It is a very complicated decision indeed. For me also it was unavoidable. It got to the point where NOTHING worked anymore. ... (8 replies)
... e involvment, wasn't given any other tests. He said I could have the micro or live with pain. I opted not to live with pain. Now, this dr was well known, worked for the University of Missouri Hospital and Clinics. A teaching hospital that revolved around sports. ... (9 replies)
... t....... earlier this year I had an allergic reaction to a medication and lost the ability to urinate. Not only did the ER send me home with it in for 3 days, every 20 year olds dream.... ... (49 replies)

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