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  • Everyone, but lately, I have been getting tingles in my legs. SO I may have damage elsewhere as well
  • Tingling in the legs can be caused by many, many things, so don't jump automatically to the conclusion that it is spine related, it could be from sitting too long in the same position or from laying down too much and being in the same position for too long.
    If it is a lumbar problem, there are many types of treatments, not all needing to include surgery to treat, and even if it does require surgery, there are minimally invasive ones that are little more than a bandaid to cover the site, and have a far easier recovery than you can imagine..........Take one step at a time and don't set your self up to have a bad outcome.
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