I had a micro in November of 2019. I was good up until about 8 weeks. I started experiencing extreme anxiety that caused me to try and correct things that weren’t wrong with me. I started realizing what I have done about week 12. I tried a spin bike and experienced burning in my hamstring so I stopped. Later that night my tailbone felt as if my lower back and tail bone was on fire. The next day was my follow up. I requested an MRI and it confirmed I reherniated my L4/L5. After surgery I was left with 90-95 percent of my disc. My surgeon seems to thing everything is fine but I can clearly see on the MRI it is not. The notes even read reoccurring central disc extrusion. I’m am mainly pain free as long as I don’t sit for too long and try to do any bending for a extended period of time. It must not be very big because it doesn’t bother me throughout the day. I guess my problem is I am 30. I wanna run, ride a bike and sit at a restaurant with my wife and not have to worry about getting up. I’ve considered going to a different doctor with my mri because honestly I’m afraid to approach my surgeon again. I’m too embarrassed. I know second micros can be performed, but can a micro be performed on a central disc extrusion? Any advice? I’m too afraid to do anything active since the spin bike. I’m also very afraid of cauda equina syndrome because it’s central.