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Learn how a lumbar disc herniates and
can cause lower back pain
Sciatica is leg pain caused by a
problem in the low back.
See how a disc degenerates and how it can cause pain and other symptoms
DormouseI am so glad you are getting to go home. When you have time, read the article below, it will help you out.Recovery, the most important phase - Patience requiredTake care and post when you can.
mikkiWelcome to April Surgery Buddies! We have you down on the calendar but at what levels will your surgery be? Sorry to hear about the permanent numbness and low back pain, mine is too so I know how you feel.Read through the different links I have sent over the last 3 pages, if not, I will send them to you.Take care and keep us posted.
April 18th TLIF L4-L5 single level.
LionheartsxWelcome to April Surgery Buddies! Please tell us a little more about yourself and your spine issues. Is this your first surgery?Take care and keep us posted.
DormouseDid you finally get to go home? How are you doing?
MrsZTGWe hope your surgery went well and you have been able to go home. How are you doing?
Remember, recovery takes time and patience. How is everyone else doing?
Been living with chronic pain from surgeries about 8 years. I just had ACDF surgery April 4th lying here recovering and looking for support. Thanks
cprose2uWelcome to April Surgery Buddies!! Hopefully someone will come along to help you out. In the meantime, can you tell us a little more about yourself?
3 things to know about neck range of motion after ACDF surgery
Take care and please keep us posted.
I wanted to say "hi" and see how everyone is doing.
riseandgrind74Your second microdiscectomy is tomorrow. Good luck and let us know how you are doing when you are up to it.
Good luck with surgery today. Please let us know how you are doing when you feel like it.
Thanh everyone. I’m out. Feeling much netter than last time around, though I’m could be the drugs talkin. If I am off narcotics in a few days I am optimistic. Let the healing begin!
riseandgrind74Thanks for the update, glad to know you are feeling better. Good luck on your recovery.