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AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,000
Hello,

I just wonder if anyone had problems traving in a car as a passenger?I can only travel for 10-15 minutes which makes going anywhere other than local impossible it has been that way for a few months and its any car I travel in.I had a mir scan which found a slight bluge on L5 which the doctor says it will get better with time.I just wonder if that was why I cant travel for longer than 15 minutes in any car or could it be someother back problem it only effect my lower left back and leg,also it effect me when I use stairs or steps I have to use my right leg first not my left leg and also cant sit down for long either.

Thanks Shaz
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  • I don't mean to scare you but, when my pain traveling or sitting got worse I knew it was time for the spinal fusion. I tried everything else. The Doctors said all it was was a bulge, but after finding the right neurosurgeon he said the disc was crushed and pressing on the sciatic nerve.

    My fusion was in '05 and I still have a travel time limit. I also had to quit my job last year as a school bus driver. So I also lost my livlihood. Some vehicles are more comfortable than others for me. My own car, a Toyota Camry is very painful. Unfortunatly I am in no financial position to buy a van or SUV.

    Go to other Doctors and be pro-active about your health, I was shuffled around for two years before the right Dr. knew I had a real problem.

    Good Luck,

    Donna :H
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