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Tingling x numbness

L5S1 karmaLL5S1 karma Posts: 30
edited 12/30/2015 - 8:51 PM in Recovering from Surgery
After my second L5S1 herniation my feet went numb the first night after the episode., after two weeks of my surgery i have some tingling instead of plain numbness. Is this a sign of a possible recovery? Hopeful here...

To keep all responses together I have posted the link to the members thread asking the same questions


Spine-Health Forum Rule:
5.11 You agree not to make duplicate threads.

was put in place to avoid confusion on the boards.

Many people think if they duplicate their thread on several different forum categories, their message will get to more members and responses will follow.

Unfortunately, this does not happen.

Member A creates Thread "A" on Forum category: Lower Back Pain
Then creates Thread "A" on Forum category :New Member Introductions
Then creates Thread "A" on forum category: Conditions Not covered.

So now, we have 3 Thread "A" all which are 100% duplicates.

Member B sees Thread "A" in Lower back pain and responds.
Member C sees Thread "A" in Conditions not covered
No one reads Thread "A" in New Member conditions

We now have different posts in the different forum categories but addressing the same subject.

We lose any thread/post continuity. The though process is lost and other members may never read the other Thread "A"

That is the real reason this rule is in place!

Liz, Spine-health Moderator
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