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S1 - S3 laminectomy for cyst

pinkfloyd2388ppinkfloyd2388 Posts: 3
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:59 AM in Recovering from Surgery
I had a laminectomy and removal of cyst about a week ago when I was discharged from the hospital all was well my urinary incontinent had stopped, I was voiding all my urine, the numbness had stopped and my pain was very well controlled. In the past 24 hours everything has came back and the pain is not under control. I also have a connective tissue disorder (ehlers danlos) that makes recovery longer and more complicated. Did anyone else expirence this? Also did anyone experience pelvic pain - and is it just the muscles? Thanks - Fawn
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