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back pain, suffering !!!

Discussion in 'Fitness And Well-Being' started by farmerfischer, Jul 12, 2016.

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    ticklykayak

    ticklykayak Member

    Seeing a chiropractor helped me. I have gone through a series of visit to my medical practitioner with some procedures and medication but did not really work so I decided to visit a chiropractor and after just 2 sessions, there has been a huge difference with the way my back was feeling.
     
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    dannyboy602

    dannyboy602 Well-Known Member

    I saw a chiropractor for years...until one day I got adjusted and I felt better afterwards but the next day my foot was numb and it felt like I had,a golf ball up my ass...he adjusted me right into a herniation...be careful.
     
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    Indacouch

    Indacouch Well-Known Member

    Back pain .....hhhmmmmmmm.

    Try smoking bath salts and excessive jelqing @farmerfischer ......should fix you rite up

    For more severe pain smoke one PCP dipped cigarette at the end of the info posted above ...

    WARNING--stay away from tylenol ((shit will kill you))

    Your welcome--Inda
     
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    farmerfischer

    farmerfischer Well-Known Member

    I tried bath salts dipped in pcp and it did nothing for my back..lmao!!
     
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    Indacouch

    Indacouch Well-Known Member

    Jelq away brother ...GL
     
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    farmerfischer

    farmerfischer Well-Known Member

    Up date on my back.. As of 3/20/2017s mri every lumbar vertebra has buldges between them ( l 1 through l 5 and s 1l.)along with the herniated disk between l 3 and l 4. 2015's mri diagnosis was lumbago with sciatica. This mri diagnosis is degenerative disk disease with sciatica both legs.. So far the docs are wanting me to hold off as long as I can with surgery..
     
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    farmerfischer

    farmerfischer Well-Known Member

    For the record Indacrotch..lol. I have no need to jelq.. My penis is huge..
     
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    farmerfischer

    farmerfischer Well-Known Member

    I had to look that up..lol. Jelq.. What the fuck.lmao
     
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    D528

    D528 Well-Known Member

    Good advice !!!! Be very carefull !
    Actually when i went to a chiropractor for my neck i watched as my dr and p .therapist asked each other" whos lagit? Ver Batum . It was soemthing else. I'm so loose when i layed down to do my back he said "well' your just falls into place no need". lol. I was sent while the dr i was seing didnt check for hernia after accident and did much p.t. before the dr decided to do an m.r.i. exposing 3 herniations. it was horrible , the chiro dude took the pain in my biceps and transfered it to never ending head pain like a upper abseth tooth or migrain. Thanks quacks! Now i have seven herniations some as big as 7 mil in 06 from being sedantary laying down for over a decade .. Never felt better. lmao.
     
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    Indacouch

    Indacouch Well-Known Member

    LMAO....I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall when you looked up what it meant ...lol.

    Learn something new everyday farm ...lol
     
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    farmerfischer

    farmerfischer Well-Known Member

    I try to learn and use a new word every day.. Lol. Today's word is anal fistula..
     
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    farmerfischer

    farmerfischer Well-Known Member

    Yeah when I learned of what it was . I wasn't really surprised. I joke to my ol' Lady, watch,, knowing indacouch it has to have something to do with penis.. Sure as shit!..lol.
     
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    Scarce26

    Scarce26 Member

    Have you tried seeing a chiropractor. I have been diagnosed with Sciatica 4 years ago and underwent therapy, medication and other medical procedures. All of that did not work and i felt that it is only getting worse. A friend suggested seeing a chiropractor and after just 4 sessions, my back has never been better.
     
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    sonson176

    sonson176 Well-Known Member

    I herniated L5-S1 pretty hard about 8 years ago. I hit the pt as best I could and all issues kind of went away within a few months. About 5 years after that, I had stopped the pt and never really even bought about my back. I was moving some very heavy equipment by myself like a jackass, and wouldn't ya know I shot even more of the disc out. That time was bad, felt like I had a seriously bad pulled muscle all down my leg. Foot was on fire, all types of weird stuff. Ended up getting a microdisectomy and lamectomy a few months later. They said I'd be walking the nxt day, that was horse sh1t. Weeks before I could walk. All it seems to have done several years later is made my back weak, and painful, with occasional sciatica when I over do it on the dirt bike or something. I highly recommend avoiding getting surgery on your back at all costs. In hindsight, I would've rather had the leg pain still than have surgery and the whole new mess of problems it brings with it .

    On an interesting side note, take a plane to a high altitude area if you can. I bet it will make your back stop hurting for at least several days. Something to do with gasses dissolving in solution at lower pressures. Worked for me. Pain came back a week later after I returned home though.

    Best of luck to you brother. Take all advice with a grain of salt. Doctors included
     
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    D'sNuts

    D'sNuts Well-Known Member

    Get your kidneys checked. Back and balls together sometimes means kidney issues.
     
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    farmerfischer

    farmerfischer Well-Known Member

    I had them checked. Kidnies are good..
     
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    JanieWilliams

    JanieWilliams New Member

    Haven't you tried the massage therapy for your back pain?
     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    Get to a neurosurgeon that specialises in hip replacements etc. I find the easiest management is just to have the pain carrying nerves severed, there are no side effects.
    I have a rhizotomy done each year. It's a quick procedure, I have mine done awake. I prefer a few needles to the back than the shit they put you under with.
    You lie on a carbon fibre bed, they have an x-ray machine through which they find the nerves, they insert a needle that is connected to a machine and zap the nerve out using high frequency.
    You go home the same day.
     
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    farmerfischer

    farmerfischer Well-Known Member

    Yup! I did. Not much help though
     
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    KrazyG

    KrazyG Well-Known Member

    Sorry about your diagnosis I'm in the exact situation, I was told by my surgeon to avoid the OP as there is only a 50% chance of walking again and it's a minimum 18 month recovery period. I suffer with weird and random pains which is caused by the nervous system been pinched. If I get baked the pain stops but is replaced by random spasms which can be amusing for others and frustrating for me. The only other thing that stops the pain and spasms is codine in heavy prescribed doses.
     

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