I sit, but I spend a lot of time up working on stuff around the house. I know I'm not too sedentary. I'm afraid the arthritis makes a lot of since. If it was just the feet it fits the description of planter fasciatois real well.
just when the back starts to cooperate a little!View Thread
Most of the language is just to define the orientation and placement of each described anomaly.
The actual diagnosis are so broadly used they could cause intractable pain or just as easily have come from a person with no symptoms at all.
Reading such reports on the web is typically more unnerving than helpful. You need to discuss it with the MD familiar with your back. Medical terminology is a lot of Latin or even Greek terms that describe general anatomical terms and can send you running to the ER over a few misunderstood syllables.
I've read many similar reports. Some even have my name on them. I'm a big believer in knowledge so discuss as much of this with your doc as you can.
In the mean time relax and have a great thanksgiving. Try to give your back a break!
I'm well. Still battling, but I'm winning. Although it's hard to argue that right now. My sis in law somehow threw a stink and now I'm preparing our house for a full family Thanksgiving.
It's all good, I just hurt like hell right now from mopping floors and doing yard work.
I am truly thankful my wife is working and I am able to shorten the task list with each day.
The last two weeks I have over done it. The first week was planned. I did a household project and was quite happy with the outcome instead of downtime to rest though I had to kick it into overdrive.
I'm getting close, but it's all I can do to get up each time I sit down. The bonus doses on the pain pump have become very relevant.
I must say though, big picture I'm lucky to be doing this well.
I've been thinking about this one for days (don't get your hopes up for a great response) and this amazes me. Over the years there have been many SCS recipients and Pain Pump recipients. I myself have the latter. Results very (as I recall) from greatly satisfied to not very satisfied, but I don't remember anyone having such malicious reactions to such procedures. It reminds of how different each of us are and how some of us can tape up a decent laceration and go about or business weeks later looking at a scar and not thinking twice. Sometimes a lessor wound becomes festered and inflamed with nasty scar tissue forming after months of tending to the wound.
I'm not saying there's no wrong doing. If it's shoddy medicine caused by limited medical treatments below the accepted normal protocols I would definitely keep my lawyer on it. It will likely be an uphill battle, but you have no choice. At this point your wound sounds malicious and backs don't respond well to more and more surgery to fix mistakes!
Best of luck and keep us posted.
I tried to offer a different opinion (additional) to Dave, I completely agree with him.