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Jo

You need to heal, honey. Be patient! Be good to yourself! Be careful!

blaize

Jo is right, please do be careful. Something is not right with your back and you need to accept that until you know what the mri shows & what treatment route will alleviate the pain that you need to take things slow and easy.

badgerbag

Yeah but!

*cussing*

I did a couple of hours of work, cooked dinner for Moomin, and then walked carefully around and around the yard and am doing another round of the physical therapy exercises. I'm just going to start seriously alternating lying down and then doing laps of walking with no crutches. Otherwise there is no way to tell if I'm getting better or not. And I think it will help.

Hoping so.

blaize

Maybe just be extremely cautious. My partner suffered with something like this for a number of years too and when the results of her mri came back she had severe spinal stenosis and like you, she was extremely frustrated with the numb leg, the back spasms, the nerve pain and the constant uncertainty of when her leg might give out. Eventually she had to see a nureosurgeon who did the surgery. That experience is why I caution you to be very careful and take it easy until you know exactly what the mri shows. Make damn sure you have a competent specialist look at it too and don't get fobbed off.

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