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... I am up to the 1800 mg. as well, but I have had to gradually go up and I know eventually I will need to increase it. ... (6 replies)
Peculiar Sensation
Jun 29, 2005
... scar tissue removal as it my incur more pain but has 80 to 90 percent success.. They eradicate scar tissue from the injury and surgery that has wound around the nerve and caused me pain.. ... (4 replies)
... did increase it gradually. Been on lyrica for 6 mos, with the neurontin. ... (6 replies)

... gly, not painful. In fact, now that I've started having electrical muscle stimulation treatment at PT, the paresthesia feels a lot like that, at a low level. The sensation now doesn't seem like muscle spasms, so I think it is a true paresthesia. ... (0 replies)
... This congestion for me has no associated increase of mucous secretion with it. ... (10 replies)
... I have even had some little extras show up, nerve pain extending up my left jaw and face, appears to be the trigeminal nerve. Way extra spasm in the neck,arms and shoulders. ... (2 replies)
... Pain may actually increase as you heal as nerves that are repairing themselves will often let you know they are back and working with a lot of saying hello in pain decibels. ... (8 replies)
... your cord area. like i mentioned above,my SNS was damaged duringthe removal surgery. it is actually withinthe cord itslef then as tyou get down to around the c 8 nerve area,its kind of ajunction area where nevers just change. ... (9 replies)
... I found this site a couple of days ago and have been throughly impressed with the posts and the amount of info contained in them. Has truly been a help. Here's a rundown of my scenario and any input is greatly appreciated. MRI results verbatim: The examination demonstrates reversal of the usual lordotic curve. There is very prominent lateral disc herniation at C5-6 on the... (0 replies)
... ition from arising. Yet, many people will consider the procedure a failure if they are not as good as new in a short time, or ever, for that matter. The longer a nerve or spinal cord tract is damaged, the longer the prospects are for recovery. And the chances of permanent damage increase with time. ... (36 replies)

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