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Finally a place that understands and knows about back issues, it feels more like a curse than an issue. I have always had issues with my back from as far as i can remember. I am only 35 years old, and I stared having issues, when i was a kid. I did fall out of a moving vehicle at the age of 4, or it could be a genetic thing, I do have two disabled parents. My back issue is here and it is here to stay. It is an everyday thing, stiffness, pain, spasms, the list goes on and on. I have been seeing a pain management and it has made life a little easier, but the pain never goes away, I have been taking mscontin 30 mg and lorcet, the generic brand 3xaday with little relief. I had a anterior,posterior lumbar fusion surgery about a year ago.
Still having pain.