Hi, I'm new to spine-health so I apologize in advance if I happen to say or do anything against the norms of this site. I also am sorry if this post is lengthy, I'll try to keep it down to just the facts.
I'm a girl and I have scoliosis. I discovered that when I was 11; I'm now 16. In March of 2014, I had spinal fusion surgery to correct it. They bolted two titanium rods into the lower-mid part of my spine. I bounced back from the surgery really really well.
(The only complication with the surgery was that the surgeon had trouble bolting the rods to my spine because my spine was so strong! I'm a milk freak.)
But, recently my back has been killing me. I'll get a super sharp, yet achy pain in my lower back. It happens when I stand/walk and then go to sit down. The same pain happens also when I sit and then stand up. The pain surpasses a 10 and I can't help but cry. It's as if transitioning makes it worse. I'm confused and slightly worried. So I'm wondering if anyone has an idea on what could be happening? Some advice on how to help/manage it, maybe? My mom is supposed to call my back doctor soon to get an appointment with him, but the pain is so bad, it's hard to wait. Thank you for your time!