About Me: Female, 51, perth, Australia, member since May 2013
I have had a operation done where I had 8 pedical screws and 4 Rods placed in my spine but still have no release from pain, my pain seems worse then before the operation the pain is now not only in my back but my feet arms chest and cant sleep ,walk or sit for ve
[More]ry long without hurting feet burn with a feeling of nerve pain some days I cant get out of bed feel depressed have Anxiety attacks, treatment received has been many , meds I am using now is
Analgesic almative Tablets at night
I have had plenty Lubar Epidural Steroid injections done but they help for only a week or 2 then its back to the pain again, The Dr's say nothing wrong all looks good with X-rays I don't understand why this is , is there something they are missing . can anyone help""" I have some of my X-rays on my profile to see where or what is my next option.PLEASE HELP''''
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