wow sorry to hear that but i have heard for years those back operation dont go well, not sure where you live, but i had a friend who moved to a warm and humid area and her back improved, for a while anyway, something about the humid heat help she was pain free and medication free for years, hope you fine relief soonView Thread
read some of Th comments and i dont think a lot of people get it. if your not happy with your dr fine a new one, i have been watching the discovery channel health and this happens all the time. esp when dealing with pain. my suggestion every med given before you take it do your own research, i once got a drug that listed the side effects as homicide and violent outburst, i am not even kidding. many people rich poor famous have suffered years until they found a dr who believed them and was willing to not just treat the pain but find out why your in pain, if your not happy with your dr move on, sometimes you have to yell at them for them to take it seriously,bring family members in with you, our mom dad some one that will hold the fire to them so they cant brush you off, good luck my kids are grown and this is the best time of your life, you should be pain free to enjoy herView Thread
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