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AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,671
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:33 AM in New Member Introductions
Hi my name is Donna im 36 with 3 young children from the uk, I have had 1 unsucessful spinal op and one ok spinal fusion and stabilisation, I have 8 prolapsed discs and my spine is rubbish that to put a good point on it. Its nice to speak to other people in the same position to yourself I still work when spine allows


  • Welcome - from Canada here. I trust you will find answers and understanding.

    cheers to you. david
  • welcome to you. well i'm the third to post and i'm from cape cod, mass. now what would be the odds of three people from thee different countries all having back issues? i guess its a small word.
    donna...did the fusion fix the first op?
  • hi and welcome to the forum! :H we are here to offer you support and answer what questions we can. sorry to hear you have had so much work and still no relief.. ~X( i hope getting to know us will give you some comfort.. >:D< good luck and i hope you feel alittle ok today.. :D Jenny :)
  • Hi, I had Lumbar surgery about 2 years ago. The rods and screw sometime feel like they are going to puncture trough my skin. The surgery also triggered my FM. I am only 51 and falling apart. ~X( Sorry don't mean to start complaining right when I start here.

    I am having a little trouble getting around here so I hope I am doing this alright. I didn't know how to discuss what I would like to. :??

    Take Care and Gentle Hugs (because hard ones hurt), TripleLumbar :H
  • i am in manchester married and had 2 surgeries welcome to spine health i hope you find this site a helpful as i do feel free to contact me via pm anytime .i have 15 years of back pain experience and have gained some little tips for helping with constant pain
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