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Front left thigh to left of shin pain

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,900
Hello:

I had fusion surgery (L4-L5) six months ago. Went to see doctor who said my fusion was totally healed over and that the x-rays looked like someone who had surgery 2 years ago not just 6 months ago. Great news. Said I could start exercising again. Started exercising but now have such terrible pain down front of left thigh and shoots to horrible pain on the left side of my shin on left leg. Anyone else get this kind of pain. Feels like burning and bee stings.
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  • I had a laminectomy and fusion L5-S1 on Dec,19,2006 to relieve nerve impingement. Even though my surgery doesn't appear to have been a succuss, I have learned that all kinds of weird nerve pain is to be expected during the first year or two following surgery
    It can come go change and stop and start but you doctor should be able to explain all of that to you. Hope that darn nerve settles down soon. STOCKBROKER.
  • I had a laminectomy and fusion L5-S1 on Dec,19,2006 to relieve nerve impingement. Even though my surgery doesn't appear to have been a succuss, I have learned that all kinds of weird nerve pain is to be expected during the first year or two following surgery
    It can come go change and stop and start but you doctor should be able to explain all of that to you. Hope that darn nerve settles down soon. STOCKBROKER.
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