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Back pain, nerve pain, had two spinal opps. Treatment?

I'm in a lot of pain with my back a lot of nerve pain, I've had two spinal opps and they say I need anther one, I'm under public health systems , dr Emil poppervic did the first two opps in 2000 and second in 2005, I'm now 51 years old and I'm over this pain they have me on oxynorm and OxyContin and panadene forte and voltarin and the pain is getting worse day by day the only thing that really helps is a really hot bath and that wat I'm doing 2-3times a night my kids think I'm going mad, dr bannan from rph told me 2 years ago he needed to operate but I had to loose 30kl witch I've lost 44kl and now has passed me over to Charlie gardners and no app till jan now, can u please help me .
Asked On : Wed, 16 Oct 2013
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Hi, spinal surgeries are usually not an emergency surgeries. You can get it done at your ease .
I to my patient with such symptoms prescribe injections of vit B1,6,and 12 for 10 days and one injection every week till he gets the surgery, along with the pain medication. Thank you.
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