About Me: Female, 55, essex, United Kingdom, member since Jan 2010
i had a spinal fusion done in sept 2005, from l1 to s1.
i also had to have bone donation, since having the surgery i have been in really bad pain,
[More] my gp is sending me back to see the surgeon who did this op as he thinks i will have to have it
the operation was done because in 1998/9 i had a severe car accident where i skidded on diesel and that is how they think i injured my spine.
i have been on almost every combination of pain relief that the doctors can put me on,including morphine, which helps a little bit but i am not even 50 as yet and do not want to rely on pain killers for the rest of my life,
what do other people who have simular operations think on having it reversed?
Well HI to you!
Have you heard anything about "The yeast connection"? I am going to the Library today to look for the book....It has something to do with bodypain and aches....Lord knows I will do about anything to feel better!!
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