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unbearable pain

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,622
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:33 AM in Chronic Pain
I have been fused from my L-2 to my S-1 now the center of my back is in sever pain and in my right hand my litle finger and the one beside it are going numb.I had a spinal cord stimulater implanted in nov of 08 but it only helps a litle with my righ leg. does anyone have any symsptoms like this with their fingers going numb andif so what is causing it.

thanks doug

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  • maybe the SCS electrods are is in the wrong position because the fusion should not have anything to do with your hand
    go see your doctor again .my mid back aches like hell too i have had 3 levels operated on i have hand problems but i also have TOS ..
    STRAKER
  • i see this is your first post and i want to welcome you to the forum. :H we are here to offer you support and answer what questions we can. i wish i could help you but we do have pain in common.. :D i know it may not sound like much but try getting comfy on your bed and turn on the radio to your favorite spot or your ipod.. let the music take you over and i bet for a while you will have pain relief!! good luck as you search for pain relief! =D> Jenny :)
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