About Me: Female, 45, columbia, PA, member since Mar 2009
im a cna in a local nursing home.three children 2 boys 1 girl am married to a wonderful and supporting man who is a truck driver we have been together for almost 14 yrs.hurt myself on the job had mri done and also discogram done was told i had two hurniated discs and r
[More]ecently i had a two level disc replacement and im still having pain in left leg and foot also pain across the bottom of back.in the past i had a fusion and disc replacement in my neck with no problems other than headaches if i sit to long.Forgot to add the discs i had replaced were L4-5 and L5-s1
"have had a two level disc replacement and im still having pain in left leg and foot also still back pain the doctor said i shouldnt be having pain because he did the same surgery to another female patient and shes doing great with no pai..."
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