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Neurogenic Claudication (Spinal Stenosis)

Ok, so it's been 8 months since my AILF/PILF 360 surgeries. This would be my third and fourth surgeries. I am having such discomfort in my back, thighs, calves and ankles. I say discomfort because there is such a combination of sensations...pain, ache, heaviness, throbbing, tightness and restlessness . My doctor didn't seem worried about this. Has anyone had this? What is the prognosis? What have you done to deal with this? I am currently taking Neuronton, Norco, Robaxin along with heat and cold packs . All of the material I've read speaks about this, but "prior" to any surgery. Does it go away?
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