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I had an L5S1 microdiscectomy 8/29/12. My only symptom was a numb foot and 3 doctors said the surgery would be my best chance for recovery. Now almost 6 months later and I now have excruciating left lower back pain and what feels like hot coals on my knee and thigh…and my foot is still numb. 2nd MRI shows nothing and the surgeon has said he can’t do anything to help. Quality of life is pretty bad. I am only 63 and wonder if this is it for the rest of my life. I did have symptoms in the same area before the surgery occasionally which had never been diagnosed but nothing like this. This is simply awful. I was an idiot to let myself be talked into this operation. Something must have occured in the OR to cause my symptoms (which I started to notice right after surgery.) I am hoping that maybe a nerve got tweaked and will work itself out but after 6 months I am getting more and more depressed. Have never taken any pain meds but may have to consider it if I want to go on living.

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I had three injections all of which worked for a few days to two weeks then stopped. The excruciating pain returned and only Vicoden 5 mg 3-4 times a day controlled the pain. Vicoden at that dose is the lowest dose prescribed. it worked perfectly for several years and doctors refused to prescribed opioids for fear of losing their license. My sister recently died of throat cancer and she complained constantly of pain. She died with unrelieved pain. As a cancer patient she was prescribed Morphine 2 mg. every 6 hours. That is beyond ridiculous but keeps our doctor’s license safe. Our doctors are violating their Hippocratic oath – Do No Harm. They had added a caveat “except when the government is breathing down your neck. Then the patient be damned. I am glad this helped you Randy. I don’t know your clinical status but I am sure it differs from mine. Do you have severe and crippling arthritis?

Thanks for your site, SockDoc. Love it. I have a puzzle, though: I supinate and then pronate. The arch of my foot is tight. My foot sort of rolls around the arch and then pronates in the front. I have metatarsal discomfort on the 2-5 toes, discomfort to the bone/tendon to the lateral part of the foot and discomfort to both sides of the ankle that then turns into achilles tendinitus. I might have Morton’s toe on that foot, too. I have rather low arches. I was doing the near minimalist running last year and the foot just sort of gave way this past spring after running too much and doesn’t feel any better after much rest (one I begin running, it begins to hurt again). In the past I’ve worn normal trainers, but any pronation support gives me medial knee pain. I’m a bit bow legged too on that leg. Prescription orthotics don’t seem to help, other than temporarily relieving the pain. I’ve tried about every over the counter orthotic, but they don’t work either. I’m stumped–supinating or overpronating, what type of shoes to wear. Walking barefoot and wearing old-time sneakers feels fine, but running aggravates it. The calf and hole leg is sort of tight when I go into a squat, I notice, but no knots in the calf, etc. I had terrible shin-splints as a kid, but grew out of them. I’ve run for about 24 years and am 51. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated as my docs and I are just guessing now. x-rays for foot and mri of knee show no major issues. Oh, and if I twist my foot far around I have this weird tendon type of clicking. Right foot is fine all around. Thanks so much for any insights!

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Thanks for your site, SockDoc. Love it. I have a puzzle, though: I supinate and then pronate. The arch of my foot is tight. My foot sort of rolls around the arch and then pronates in the front. I have metatarsal discomfort on the 2-5 toes, discomfort to the bone/tendon to the lateral part of the foot and discomfort to both sides of the ankle that then turns into achilles tendinitus. I might have Morton’s toe on that foot, too. I have rather low arches. I was doing the near minimalist running last year and the foot just sort of gave way this past spring after running too much and doesn’t feel any better after much rest (one I begin running, it begins to hurt again). In the past I’ve worn normal trainers, but any pronation support gives me medial knee pain. I’m a bit bow legged too on that leg. Prescription orthotics don’t seem to help, other than temporarily relieving the pain. I’ve tried about every over the counter orthotic, but they don’t work either. I’m stumped–supinating or overpronating, what type of shoes to wear. Walking barefoot and wearing old-time sneakers feels fine, but running aggravates it. The calf and hole leg is sort of tight when I go into a squat, I notice, but no knots in the calf, etc. I had terrible shin-splints as a kid, but grew out of them. I’ve run for about 24 years and am 51. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated as my docs and I are just guessing now. x-rays for foot and mri of knee show no major issues. Oh, and if I twist my foot far around I have this weird tendon type of clicking. Right foot is fine all around. Thanks so much for any insights!

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