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Help - I'm the 10%
Jun 26, 2010
... Your spinal cord is like a rope.....it is a bundle of nerves all held together. ... (75 replies)
... thanks for your response mm, i DO know how it is to type with disabilities, and you with only one freaking finger on top of it? ... (8 replies)
... Let's start with some good news. Since you have less pain and tingling in your arm, you have time to find the right surgeon and the right surgery. If your arm had stayed numb, you'd be looking at urgent surgery. ... (27 replies)

... and if I get any relief, they will try it again 1 week later to make sure it wasn't a placebo effect. If they have found a spot that may give me some pain relief they will put me under some kind of "radio frequency" and burn the nerves. ... (9 replies)
... Well, they are right to some extent. A disk that has herniated and is pressing on the spinal nerves won't stop hurting until they remove the disk. No pain management doc will be able to help. Problem is, most spine docs won't operate until the compression is listed as "severe". ... (12 replies)
... who knows what occured in that OR and all that 'digging" he did. how long ago was that surgery and just how much hardware do you actually have in there sammy, i forget? ... (5 replies)
... wow, now that is some history. the one thing i did NOT see here is where they actually sent you for any real "acute rehab" therepy after this? ... (8 replies)
... gnawing feeling is when I would stand up with my back facing the wall and just grind my shoulderblade into the wall.i mean really grind it in there.That seemed to really equalize that pressure somewhat. ... (7 replies)
... FIONA!!!! I was just thinking of you the other day....Thanks for your reply and please post on how you are doing. I have missed you! ... (18 replies)
... Best of luck with your MRI captnanny. Please let us know how you get on. ... (11 replies)
Cord compression
Feb 9, 2007
... hello and thanks for the info and yes there is a gnawing feeling with the throbbing, it also burns.. my legs knees down have a mild throb but are very weak they buckled on me twice today while walkin d down stairs ouch.... my stomache also has a burn throbbing less pain then back but definetly noticeable.... ... (7 replies)
... At the moment, I have a bit of a burn thats going down the back of my arm, but its nothing that I can't deal with at the moment. ... (258 replies)
... and told us the spinal damage was in his cervical spine area, and since they implant the stimulator in the lower back it would not work for him. My husband current surgeon had tried a trail pain pump and it did nothing for my husband. ... (11 replies)
... ake oral morphine currently at the rate of 200mg per dose, often two hours apart. Without such enormously high doses of morphine I cannot get out of bed or stay in my wheelchair for more than a few minutes. The pain is just too much. ... (1 replies)
... You need to understand the terminology that they are using so you know what you are getting. ... (6 replies)
Help - please
Oct 3, 2009
... HL, the rug burn your describing sounds like it could be caused by the nerves. I had the same thing from the start. I called them "hot spots". They would come on all of a sudden. ... (9 replies)
... As far as how it works, is when you find the setting that works best for you, you should feel a vibration that starts in the leg and then as you change the settings, it will continue up to your lower back and hips. ... (1 replies)
... I don't know what they were really looking for when they did the 1 and only MRI, my guess would be broken anything. ... (14 replies)
... and other random nerve pains....but there really is no way to prevent it. And surgery does not fix the spinal arthritis. I was told all this before my surgery. I do have a lot of scar tissue in there, though, which also causes problems. ... (29 replies)
... ive me i just seen your post.just deal is no way an option,you need help,pain meds are different for every one,i take hydrocodone,which use to help,unfortunately they all ware off after a while. ... (4 replies)


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