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Revision surgery on the way
Not really sure what to do, but after my micro D on 7/19/10 it reherniated right away. I have met with a few other Drs since then. My original Dr didnt do anything to really make me mad, I just wanted to go a different route on my second surgery. Also the original clinic wasnt very easy to deal with. So my first was a micro D on L5/S1,. The new Dr wants to do both L5/S1 and L4/L5 which I agree on because Im getting pain down both legs, on from each disc. Only difference this time is its a open?, or traditional discectomy so he can see more. Im woundering if anyone has comment on doing both discs at once, and on the traditional vs micro approach.