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How Long, Coping, How old: Some questions about numbness

1) How long have you had the numbness or pins and needles anywhere from bum to foot?

2) If you have had surgery how long ago was that?

3)Has surgery resolved the numbness or mild pain like pins and needles?

4)What makes it worse?

5)What makes it better?

6) Do you believe it will get better?

7) Can/Will/DO you live a normal life ( kids, work, caring for a home, holidays, walking, exercise, happiness)?

I have to go to school now but I will answer my own questions tonight. In the mean time I wopuld like to hear from people with sciatica. I am assessing and creating my outlook for life in the best positive way poss even though being affected by 24/7 sensations from butt to toe. I would like to hear tips on living along time with radiculopathy.

Thanks in advance.


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