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Lower back pain

Started by Rstelky43 on 07/27/2020 10:02am

Pain in lower back goes down my leg it's a severe pain it makes me not be able to stand r walk stabbing burning painterly hard to explain the pain

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Hey,

I am sorry you are going through that; and, i couldn't pass by without giving my experience.

9 months ago, i got a serious back injury at the gym under 200 Kg dead-lifting. I was in torture. Couldn't walk, set, or anything. i was crying from pain.

I was diagnosed with L5 par fracture and first spondyy at L5--S1. Doctors said i have to get operated as soon as possible to find relief. i visited the doctor and i couldn't even sit on the chair in front of him. i asked him for a way to avoid surgery, and he replied: " you can't sit or stand, can't see! " .

Afterward, I did much search about fusion surgery, which i was a codidate for it, and told my self i had to do it but i would keep it the last option.

Day after day, no improvement. my dadd pushes me to get under knife as he was sad for me too. but, i was persistent to be patient.

Suddenly, with stick to medication pills, i got some improvement after 5 moths of the injury, i could walk, and sit, but no bending or twisting and was still feel like a 90 years old man.

I kept that for another 3 months until i have reached 8 months line, and suddenly again, i get more improvements so i have started some exercises to strengthen my lower back .

Now, i don't think that i would have to have the surgery. things take time, but it's possible to semi recover from this curse. Again, every case is different. i don't inhibit you to take a step for surgery, but at least be patient til you get 1 year line, then take a step to surgery. Surgery is an option too.

Also, not all surgeries are dangerous like fusion. you may need laminectomy, disectomy, pars repair, etc. they are all easy to get as long as you pick a good surgeon. Fusion is the most dangerous.

I am sorry for your case and all loves and wishes to get your life back soon.

Hang in there. Stay optimistic, One day, there will be a good day.

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Hey,

I am sorry you are going through that; and, i couldn't pass by without giving my experience.

9 months ago, i got a serious back injury at the gym under 200 Kg dead-lifting. I was in torture. Couldn't walk, set, or anything. i was crying from pain.

I was diagnosed with L5 par fracture and first spondyy at L5--S1. Doctors said i have to get operated as soon as possible to find relief. i visited the doctor and i couldn't even sit on the chair in front of him. i asked him for a way to avoid surgery, and he replied: " you can't sit or stand, can't see! " .

Afterward, I did much search about fusion surgery, which i was a codidate for it, and told my self i had to do it but i would keep it the last option.

Day after day, no improvement. my dadd pushes me to get under knife as he was sad for me too. but, i was persistent to be patient.

Suddenly, with stick to medication pills, i got some improvement after 5 moths of the injury, i could walk, and sit, but no bending or twisting and was still feel like a 90 years old man.

I kept that for another 3 months until i have reached 8 months line, and suddenly again, i get more improvements so i have started some exercises to strengthen my lower back .

Now, i don't think that i would have to have the surgery. things take time, but it's possible to semi recover from this curse. Again, every case is different. i don't inhibit you to take a step for surgery, but at least be patient til you get 1 year line, then take a step to surgery. Surgery is an option too.

Also, not all surgeries are dangerous like fusion. you may need laminectomy, disectomy, pars repair, etc. they are all easy to get as long as you pick a good surgeon. Fusion is the most dangerous.

I am sorry for your case and all loves and wishes to get your life back soon.

Hang in there. Stay optimistic, One day, there will be a good day.

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