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How long does it take to actually feel some what normal.
I had my spinal fusion L4-S1 on November 23. It's been a HUGE struggle since the surgery. I was in the hospital for 4 days. I came home and literally 3 days after coming home I go back in the hospital for pneumonia. I stay 3 more days in the hospital . I'm home now but I feel more pain than I felt before my surgery. Before I had low back pain and left leg weakness and pain. Now I'm having both leg Pain and weakness and I'm having issues with some incontince. I'm 38 years old and I'm dealing with all these issues. Please someone give me some advice. I know it's only been a few weeks since the surgery but I feel I made a huge mistake. This all seems like a nightmare. My children have to see their mom like this it breaks their heart and my own. I just can't imagine myself like this long term.