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conjoined nerve roots

michelle0525mmichelle0525 Posts: 1
edited 10/20/2014 - 5:08 PM in Lower Back Pain
During a recent surgery to fix a ruptured disc I found out I have 2 conjoined nerves one on right and one on left around L5/S1. I have been trying to do a ton of research but there is nothing out there on treatment. Surgeon is very optimistic he helped me by removing the disc from pushing on spinal cord. Problem is that I have just as much pain and some times worse then before surgery.
Has anyone else that has this found anything that works? I have pain from my left buttocks down leg and foot with 2 toes that feel numb all the time. HELP!!!!



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