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Old 01-31-2010, 04:34 PM   #38
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What did you have done? I had a dual bleeding lodged disc herniation in the L-4 L-5 with fusion on 2 points of my spinal cord from the damage...
Herniated L4-L5 and L5-S1. Only L5-S1 was symptomatic so I had a lumbar microdiscectomy on that one. Much simpler surgery than yours! Fortunately, other than the occasional drop toe, I had a great recovery.

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Damn drop foot sucks doesn't it? I hate the feeling of instability!! Recently my outer left leg started going numb as well as the already numb inner left foot... Pisses me off!!
It does. I almost took a couple headers today hiking. I started catching my toe on the way back as I was getting fatigued. Nerve regeneration is slow, but it happens! Training hard is a great way to assist!
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