I'm still not ready for long drives--long being defined as over 20 minutes. Man, I'll tell you, the site where I had the lysis is a wee bit fired up after a total of forty minutes of driving.
I had to go to a doctor's appointment, so driving myself couldn't be avoided today. Since I got out of the car, I've noticed a progressive spasms/tightening of my low back muscles, with a few of the electric shocks down the legs, too. It would appear that sitting is still the major hurdle for me at this point. I know I am blessed it is only that...walking is ok, and I can stand for longer periods, I can do light stretches. The ol' tailbone still isn't ready for that kind of prolonged pressure. In the grand scheme of things, I don't think sitting for long periods would be good regardless of pain level, as exercise is a key element in helping to keep my newly-released nerve roots free.
Just more sore tonight
, but wishing you all a low-pain kind of evening!!
Kimmy72, Spine-health Moderator
Firm believer in PMA!