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Operation Performed To Relieve The Symptoms Of A Slipped Disk
Wear and tear can cause degeneration in the vertebral column, and cause discs to deteriorate. The supportive basket, nucleus fibrosis develops small tears. A bulge is minimal perhaps a few millimeters, and is clinically insignificant, but additional disc displacement such as protrusion or herniation may compress ...Read more
Pain Will guide you: If you cannot live with the pain in your current condition or you have weakness, then surgery may be the best option for you. Most microdiskectomies are very successful- but don't go into any surgery without carefully considering it. Many people get over a herniated disk in 3-4 months without surgery. Don't let yourself get too bad before you do something. Talk to your surgeon- he will help you. ...Read more
I have a slipped disk witch is colapseing do you recomend surgery it is also pinching my nervers in my legs?
I have a slipped disk and spinal stenosis. They want me to have surgery. What does this consist of?
Ask Surgeon.: Always best to run these questions by your operating surgeon. He/she will know exactly what is planned; keep in mind, that different surgeons may do things differently. Also best to be well-informed about the potential risk/complications associated with the planned procedure. Educate yourself about success rates and make sure you have enough help during your recovery period. Best wishes. ...Read more
My bf had back surgery because he had a bulging disk (5l) that herniated. We are ttc. Suggestions?
TTC BACK SURGERY: If i understand ttc means trying to conceive, if thats is correct, than back surgery is not going to interfere with you getting pregnant, because of his condition, as long as he can have sex.If ttc foryou mean something else, still have agood time and write back again good luck. ...Read more
Herniated disk: Most herniated discs heal on their own. Initial rest, physical therapy and anti inflammation medication all work to speed up the healing time. Surgery is reserved for discs that don't respond to the above interventions with continued uncontrollable pain or motor deficit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a slipped disk witch is now colapesing I have seen my surgeon and he reommend phycial therphy but i can no longer take the pain is surgery bad?
Back surgery: Your surgeon has already advised you based on the risks and benefits of doing the surgery vs conservative care. If medications and physical therapy as well as a back brace are not improving your pain then the surgeon will reassess. When do you follow up with the spine surgeon? ...Read more
What do you advise if I'm wondering if you can have arachnoidits from a bulging disk or is it caused from having back surgery?
I have a bulging disk with annular tear at L1 and S5. surgery is not an option and I did consider epidural shots not sure on that.in so much pain.
I have a bulging disk with annular tear at L1 and S5. surgery is not an option and I did consider epidural shots not sure on that.
in so much pain.
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