Hi everyone. I had a surgery for herniated disc in 2012, and again for re hernia toon in 2015. Got worse after the second one, with my pain level being at 8-9/10 at night time and whenever I lie down on bed/sofa. My mornings and nights are excruciating. I also have (apparently) fibromyalgia and arthritis for sure. Had several unrelated surgeries between 2012 and now. I also have a young daughter with chronic daily migraines who needs my care, help and love a lot due to her terrible pains. She also may need a big surgery for this, and this is so co flirting with my own health as I want the best for my child first, but also can't really cope with my own pain much longer. This said to show you a bit of background and describe my struggle. I have a double level fusio. Surgery scheduled for in two weeks and cannot decide what to do, due to all the above mixed together. The recovery will be very long and where I live, I would have to travel/fly abroad for my daughter's medical care, and this won't be possible for who knows how long after my surgery, if I go ahead, so she will basically be stuck suffering until her mother is ok to travel and care for her own post op. I had facet joints injections early December and just attempted a PRP Regenexxx treatment two weeks ago. So far, none of one two painful attempts did me any good. I am asking you all for your advice, one way or the other, own stories, positive or not, thoughts on maybe another treatmEnt for this extreme night pain, post op experience on travelling (would just be me and my daughter, no one else to help), etc. Could a nerve simulator work on my case? I am really feeling more down than ever as mine and my baby girl's conditions have been ongoing for many years and it is the case of one sick person caring for s other sick person. Not an ideal combo. As a mom, my child is mt everything. Doctors do t help, hey do t have time, and frankly, they don't really care and never seem to see the bigger picture. Thank you and sorry for the long post. Hope to read you soon and wishing you all a healthy New Year 2016.