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microdscetomy L5 S1

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  • Firstly, I'm sorry you're both now experiencing pain again.

    I had the same op a week ago and haven't had any sciatic pain since, only pain from the surgery. I'm really hoping it stays this way.

    I wasn't given any instructions not to bend, etc. wasn't given much info on my discharge. I was provided with a link to a YouTube video with physio exercises & told to take things easy & gradually work up to a normal routine. I've put trainers on normally (1st time in about 6/7 months), squatted down to pick things up, hung up my wet washing, etc.

    I'm now scared I may be doing more than I should, I feel ok doing it, but don't want to put myself at risk of jepodising my recovery. Don't know whether to carry on, or take a few steps back.
    L5/S1 Microdiscectomy on 13th June 2014 in London, Uk.
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