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Post L5/S1 fusion - pain when sitting, anyone else?
I'm 2 months out of an L5/S1 fusion. The pain has died off to a very minor ache I get at times, which can be addressed by lying down usually. When I sit to eat meals I find that I develop an ache in what feels to be the fusion site, which I'm assuming is pretty normal. I was just wondering, how long did people find that this persisted?