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Not new to pain

Hello, my name is Lynda and I have been dealing with back pain in one area of another since 2001. I live in Seymour Missouri and work as a front office manager for a non profit health clinic for the uninsured, we get a lot of Amish patients as well as English.

I look forward to talking with other back pain survivors!


Lynda

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  • MetalneckMetalneck The Island of Misfit toysPosts: 1,789
    Hello Lynda and Welcome to Spine-Health!
    Bless you for helping the uninsured!!
    Have you had your pain fully evaluated? Any X-rays - Mri's - Cat Scan of interest?
    Again Welcome .... you will find a wealth of information and some plain old darn good people here.

    Regards,

    Bones
  • lynda486llynda486 Seymour MoPosts: 8
    Hello Bones, I went through a 2 month process early this year with x rays, an MRI and visit to a surgeon. I had surgery in March to remove a synovial cyst and a laminectomy. We thought I was having a disc repair at the same time, but it turned out to be fine. I felt great for 5 months and boom, the pain is back :(
    Is there a way to search in the forums? I would like to know of others that have had a synovial cyst.

    Thanks for the welcome!
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  • MetalneckMetalneck The Island of Misfit toysPosts: 1,789
    Hello Lynda .... you can use the search box in the upper right hand corner of the page. to search the forums for any term. There are a number of threads and articles on synovial cysts. Well it does seem you have had a bit of work done!! Welcome to the club! Glad you had no disc involvement. How are you managing your pain currently??

    Regards,

    Bones
  • lynda486llynda486 Seymour MoPosts: 8
    Thanks for the info :) and the welcome! right now I take Neurontin, Mobic and Tylenol. Not terribly effective!

    Lynda
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