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Hives and testicular pain

NomorbackpainNNomorbackpain Posts: 3
edited 06/11/2012 - 9:01 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
I recently had prodisc L replacement surgery(2/27). Over the last week I have been having pain that begins at my incision and travels down to my right testicle. The pain is worse after I walk for any period of time. It is almost a pulling sensation and is a straight line of pain. Then two days ago I broke out in hives. I have no allergies and nothing in my diet has changed. I only take 1 pain pill at night now(4mg dilaudid). Anyone else have these problems recently
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Comments

  • You need to see your doctor and ask them if you may have a hernia.

    It's not uncommon to have a hernia after back surgery depending on how the approached your spine.

    Keith
    Several Epidurals, L4-S1 360 ALIF, Numerous Facet Joint Injections, RFA x2
  • They approached through a horizontal incision about 4in below belly button
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  • I'd call the doctor and let him/her know whats going on.

    K
    Several Epidurals, L4-S1 360 ALIF, Numerous Facet Joint Injections, RFA x2
  • EMS guy 100%. After an anterior incison it is not uncommon to develop an incisional hernia. This is just what i have read, but i would call your dr. as soon as you can to make sure. Kevin
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