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Intense leg pain, buttock numbness, constant pain over back post herniated disc surgery. What can be done?

I had a herniated disc surgery last December after 2 months all my leg pain came back even worse my left buttocks all numbness. My doctor is keep telling me all deferrent stuff. Is it normal to get constant pain all over my lover back, legs and toes numbness as well and I m literally.limping I m in extremely pain please help me. It doesn t just comes and goes, It s constant pain... and I m back to work I m a housekeeper and evev though they have my modified papers from my doctor and my employee had them. And working like this(without following doktors order) is killing me PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME..... edomagalski@hotmail. Com
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Jan 2013
Thanks forposting your query.
You are suffering from slip disc problem in which all mentioned symptoms may occur.\
You should consult with neurophysician and orthopedician and go for MRI of spine.
In few cases,condition may be controlled by medicines only.
You should take bed rest and avoid sitting and lying down condition on floor.
Avoid soft mattress and take pain killers for ashort period.
f your condition won't improve then you should go for surgicl opinion.
Dr.Mayank Bhargava
Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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