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Have scoliosis surgery awaiting manifested into disc problem. Given suboxen. Side effects and post surgery?

i am awaiting surgery for scoliosis that has manifested itself in one year owing to disc problems,it is my my lower back.
I have been given Suboxen for over a year now ,I am concerned of side effects of this med and will it work for post
surgery. My orthopedist does not like the med but my pain management doctor does not want me to be addicted again
so is Suboxen a dangerous med to be taking. Should I return to the vicodin etc I took during earlier surgeries to my hand.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
hallo dear friend ,thanks for writing to HCM
i have studied your case
suboxen is a opiod drug may lead to drug dependenc so now you should take for severe pain only
what is your MRI report says
there might be lumbar disc prolapse leading to radicular pain
you need some neurotropics like methylcobalamine [trinerve forte]
add calcium with vit D

take rest , take some analgesic , hot or cold fomentation
avoid lifting weights
sit with taking support to your back
continue spine extension exersizes
physiotherapy - SWD ,IFT WILL HELP

if MRI shows disc bulge with compression of nerve root you sould undergo decompression surgery
for further query contact
Answered: Fri, 17 May 2013
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