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Pain when still.

FritzcrackerzFFritzcrackerz Posts: 246
edited 10/09/2014 - 9:36 PM in Lower Back Pain
Hi all,
I'm new here.
I hurt my back picking up a brick outside my house a year ago.
Ended up having a Microdiscectomy to uncrush my sciatic nerve in May this year which worked well.
I have regained my range of movement apart from residual stiffness in my low back.

The problem i have now is that I get bad pain in my hips and sacrum area if I stand or sit still for more than 10 minutes. I take codeine for the pain as I have to sit at a desk at work. My thighs are aching all the time too.

Is this normal? Should I go back to the docs?

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L5-S1 herniation. Both knee meniscus tear. L4-5 herniation - 2 x nerve block injections. L4-5 discectomy. L1-2 nerve block injection. L4-5 reherniation - TLIF fusion. 2016: L1-2 and L5-S1 retrolistheses and multiple facet joint degeneration.
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