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L5/S1 fusion 4 weeks ago

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,578
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:22 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
Everything has gone well with my fusion recovery until a week ago. I began to have a weird sensation off and on in my pelvic region. It happens when I'm in bed and roll over. I'm doing the log roll method and it has worked well until now.

The pain is hard to describe, it feels like my pelvis has frozen up, it is very painful. It lasts for a few seconds and then goes away. Has anyone experienced this?

Toni
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  • Toni,

    Where in your pelvis? I had lower pelvic pain in the pubic area attributed to the swelling from the anterior approach. Can you be more specific like does it radiate out or in or just freeze at one point along the crest or more central.
  • It is low pelvis central and radiates out. My doctor is out of town this week. I tried to call after last night, it hit me 3 times over night.
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