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L4-L5 Fusion on 10/05/11--Sharp/severe pain now when lying down

When I had my fusion (10/05/11), it was to correct the pain I was having when I sat down and weakness in my left leg. One year later that has been corrected but I have severe/sharp pain in my lower back when lying down and making any attempt to turn over. My right leg is beginning to feel like my left leg did before my fusion. I exercise 4 days a week and do my back therapy 3 days a week and walk at least 45 minutes 5 days a week on a trreadmill. I have my yearly visit to see the doctor in a few weeks and I am scared of what he will say. He has me on flexril at night to help with my current pain. He did indicate three months ago that the level below the surgery had got worse. The pain I am experiencing now is worse than before my fusion. It takes my breath away and I scream out in pain. I stay up on my feet during the day because I simply do not want to lie down. If I sit for any length of time, my legs are weak. Has anyone else had similiar symptons?
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