So as my boyfriend tells me that I work like a man and that's why my back has been pretty much messed up since I was a teenager. Well about in the end of March beginning of April I was starting to get really bad pains down my leg and only the right one. And everyday for three months until I had surgery its been going on. Well to find out I had a herniated disc and it was crushing my sciatic nerve Dr told me that when he went into my lower back and went to remove my disc and pull that sciatic nerve that my nerve was like a guitar string getting ready to snap from pulling the strings too tight.. pretty bad according to the surgeon. But its been four weeks now and I'm still having pains in my leg. Sometimes it feels like the nerve is caught somehow I just dont get it. Or Like a charlie horse is just instantly happening. Is this normal or should I get it checked again make sure I didn't mess it up..I was alright the first week just sore from the incision but then I had to start working a little bit here and there..had to move and carry my things up and down two flights of stairs.. getting in and out of my car for taking food deliveries. Yea I know I've done alot but I'm a lot stronger then people think. Now I'm worried I'm on the road to another surgery again.. what does anyone think about this? Life in general is bad and bad timing for this  to happen. Excuse my language.