I had to wear one of those for 3 months after my discectomy in 1993...I remember it fondly...notStill on O2. Apparently the pain/numbness is radiating from L1/L2 area, which has not had work done. So something has gone awry. It's unlikely they'll do anything about it, so probably home tomorrow, with a nice corset to wear. I kid you not...
Stopping the opioid meds will help or at least reducing if you can. It took me nearly a week after my back op in 1993, times were different then..I was still in hospital...I had to use a commode on the wardYou name it, I'm using it. Just hoping the nuclear option is avoidable!
They actually let me out without the required production, most unusual, especially with the fusion type ops; it's one of the things they need to know they haven't screwed up.Stopping the opioid meds will help or at least reducing if you can. It took me nearly a week after my back op in 1993, times were different then..I was still in hospital...I had to use a commode on the ward
TMI ummmm maybe!
Thanks. The L1/2 pain has gone, still some numbness, but I think it will subside. Having the deep-tension sutures out later, and a redressing. Then I'll be better able to assess the state of things. But, so far, so good.
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