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SI joint fusion

JtbfloridianJJtbfloridian Posts: 1
edited 01/26/2015 - 7:28 PM in Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Problems
About 12 days since I had R, SI fusion. The first two to three or four days I felt very little pain if any. Since then every day has been an adventure regarding the location of the pain as well as the intensity, but mostly the thighs and foot on the right side. Some days the pain is bilateral. On the tenth day the pain seemed to move into my hips and lower back with avengence. The symptoms and pain that debilitated me to the point of finally giving into the surgery. Is this increase in pain normal for the first 12 days after the procedure? What can I expect in the next couple weeks?


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