4years ago I herniated a disc playing golf. I was 21 years old. I was hospitalized 3 days. I had pain in hips and thighs legs to. My husband had to help me walk and shower. The doc gave me Ibupofen' steroid pills in a 7 day pack, flexeril, vicodin, and a nerve pill called neurontin. I was fine in 2 weeks and back to normal. I should have went to work on strengthening my core and stretching and doing more preventative measures. In April I had a miscarriage. Ever since then my disc reherniated and since then knave been I. Tons of pain. Only find relief when I lay flat. Can't work can't drive can't sit up for long periods of time. It stinks. I'm praying for my back constantly. I can't live like this. I want my life back. Were going to attempt physical therapy soon and will avoid surgery at all costs. Consistency is key. My friend also has this same issue. She did PT and chiro every otherView Thread
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