On about 09/10/2012 got up usual am stuff sat down in my chair read the newspaper got up to feed the dogs.Huge knot came up in butt ox area all I could do is scream in pain could not walk.had hubby get my walker which I usually do not use had it from when I had a TLK 2009. 10 days after the TLK had a herniated disk MRI found the herniated disk,2 bulging disks, spinal stensois, dergentive disk disease. Now back to the knot pain in butt, Went to minor ER they did an X-ray sent me home. Got in to see my doctor 4 days later she found a huge bruise the bruise continued to get bigger 4 & 1/2" X 10 & 1/2 " called the doctors office told them never heard from them. Have had two steroid shots since worked for a few days now pain in the butt is back ????View Thread
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