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... Have had my left hip replaced and revised 4 times since age 8. ... (12 replies)
... stated i didn't need pt, the only thing i stated is that i had to get my dr. to rerefer me as i missed a few appt.s and that is was hard for me to go with out a pain medication that helped with the pain this was causing me, please reread. ... (25 replies)
... I have been on opioid meds for years and years, so I am opioid tolerant. I had both knees replaced a couple of years ago, and after six months, my right hip began hurting... ... (3 replies)

... inflammatories, steroids, muscle relaxants, and narcotic pain killers. Now I'm wondering why I was never given meds to try specifically for nerve pain..... ... (6 replies)
Thigh pain
Mar 1, 2003
... I have been suffering from thigh pain...outside thigh between my knee and hip. Not an extended back or hip pain and no known injury. It hurts to lie on it in bed at night...if I roll over on it it wakes me up the pain is so intense. It just aches.... ... (4 replies)
... morning. Sometimes the pain in my back is so bad in the morning I can't move or hardly breath. I've tried sleeping with a foam wedge it helps reduce the pain. ... (2 replies)
... I have severe chronic back pain from a fracture when i was a child and got worse over the years. ... (5 replies)
... ts. I wasn't sure whether to post this on the addiction boards or not, but I felt it more appropriate here, because I believe my brother is having a reaction to pain meds. ... (4 replies)
... a what the problem was. I was getting apin in the hip, going accross to the lower abdoman and around the back, into the groin and butt. Orginally, because of the hip pain into the abdoman, they said I had IBS...but once the Docs discovered how weak my left leg was, they did an MRI on my back which revealed all of the above. ... (6 replies)
... and ended it last Friday. It did indeed help my right hip pain alot by the 3rd day. The pain is back now. I was hoping the effects of the prednisone would last longer. I suppose the pain is due to inflammation but I don't know what is causing it. ... (0 replies)
... and arthritis, especially if it is in your back, your hip and your knee. My problems started when I was 43! It was like I went to be one night and the next day it was like someone turned the lights off. I could not believe it. ... (10 replies)
... o gave me a Cortisone shot in my hip. My hip, right buttock, right leg and foot have been killing me in addition to my knees and back. He dug his thumb in my hip and it hurt. He said probably Bursitis. So hopefully the shot will help. I guess it is starting to help but my foot feels like someone stomped on it. ... (15 replies)
... Anyone have experience with it helping back and hip pain? ... (19 replies)
... I had posted a few days ago about my hip revision complications. I was waiting for my surgeon to return from vacation to interpret the MRI results for me. ... (10 replies)
... d 16 adjustment to get to where I was getting equal relief from the pump as I was from orals, although you come out of the opiate fog really quick which is nice. Pain relief without the drugged feeling is the biggest difference. ... (10 replies)
... hi i have severe scoliosis or as the doc likes to call it gross scoliosis. anyway i have severe upper right, middle, lower right and hip pain from scar tissue from back surgery from bone they took from my hip. anyway i been on 7. ... (5 replies)
... ers are aware of my surgeries and suffering, but have never been ones to "show up" for support. BTW My mother is 87 years old and resides in a living center post hip replacement in 2005. Since I have her POA, I had to agree to "put" her there before her orthopedic surgeon would perform the hip replacement surgery. ... (26 replies)
Pain Update
Jul 3, 2008
... It works under the premise that scar tissue adhesions cause pain and weakness. ART is supposed to reduce spasm, increase range of motion and increase the speed of healing. ... (44 replies)
... r, if bone grinds on bone when you walk, a pump isn't going to prevent that from hurting. It would be like thinking you can stick you jhand in fire and the extra pain wouldn't hurt. ... (7 replies)
... surgeries that involve a lot of pain, whether or not the person already has a chronic pain condition. ... (21 replies)


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