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New here, just wanted to say hi

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,578
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:22 AM in New Member Introductions
My name is Tim, i'm 29 years old and live in indiana. Six weeks ago I underwent a 2 level fusion L4-S1, with laminectomy, and discsectomy. Still having quite abit of pain! This all started from a powerlifting accident. I fractured a vertabrae and didnt realize it, kept training and working (i'm a heavy equipment operator)and eventually i began to lose feeling in my right leg and foot which led to my surgery. Thanks for listening

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  • Welcome to spine-health,
  • :) hi and welcome to the forum! we are here to offer you support and answer what questions we can. congratulations on a successful surgery. give yourself time to heal. if you are feeling alot of pain you should talk to your doctor. we are here to listen and chat anytime. good luck on your recovery. please keep us posted. Jenny :)
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  • and welcome to SH. Hope recovery is going well and keep us updated.
  • Sorry that you are in so much pain. You are still very early out from surgery so the only thing that you can really do is take it easy and have lots and lots of patience. We will be here to support you night and day so anytime you want or need to talk just feel free to post. Good luck to you on a speedy recovery and fusion!
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