Testosterone for muscle wasting after surgeryResults 1 to 15 of Can anabolics help heal my fluticasone propionate que es My doc immediately jumped at anabolic steroids after back surgery opportunity to cut me open and hit me anabolic steroids after back surgery surgery and absolutely refused to even consider any other options. I'm trying to find an alternative method because I'm so young and I've seen how miserable back surgery has made some family members and close friends. The chiropractor, physical therapy, cortical steroid injections all yielded no results. I read an article that suggested anabolics might help to heal such an injury but I'll be damned if I can't find it again. Does anyone have any insight on the subject so I can go in armed with some knowledge?
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Results 1 to 15 of Can anabolics help heal my spine? My doc immediately jumped at the opportunity to cut me open and hit me with surgery and absolutely refused to even consider any other options. I'm trying to find an alternative method because I'm so young and I've seen how miserable back surgery has made some family members and close friends.
The chiropractor, physical therapy, cortical steroid injections all yielded no results. I read an article that suggested anabolics might help to heal such an injury but I'll be damned if I can't find it again. Does anyone have any insight on the subject so I can go in armed with some knowledge? Insurance is having a ball right now making me wait to get a second opinion, so I've got some time to get my facts in line.
Sorry to hear about your back. I don't expect you will get the green light here from any of these guys. Do you or can you work out and lift weights? I'm not looking to do it under-the-table, but more for information so I can bring the subject up with my doc. I can lift weights as long as it doesn't put a strain on my lower back, which basically limits me whatever can get done laying down and pushups.
Sorry to hear about your injury. Disc to not heal with steroids or growth hormone. You can numb the pain for a short while by getting an epidural Steroid Injection, but like you said, it didn't help in your case. Some people claimed that it worked for up to a year, but my brother had one done and his lasted less than 3 weeks.
When I drove my brother to the hospital to have his done, I got to hear him talk to the orthopedic doctor. The doctor said that there is no way to tell what the disc will do. Some times it repairs itself, sometimes it does not. How much pain are you in? What problems do you have? How long ago did you injure it? My mother and brother have degenerative disc syndrome, so I have educated myself as much as possible, but I am not a doctor, and you should seek more than one opinion.
I'm on 40mg hydrocodone a day. I'd say my pain is a steady 7 while drugged up and laying down. Take me off or make me sit in and I just about want to kill myself. I've been in this pain for 3 months now, desperately trying to find some method of relief. After 2 months I finally got my MRI. Insurance is forcing me to jump through hoops to get a second opinion because I have to go to a doctor outside of my normal clinic. Mainly because my current doc does not instill a great amount of trust in me.
The pain began about 2 years ago. Just as a small pain in my left leg that I could stretch out. In march it started to get worse. I've been on constant bed rest since april. It's a sharp pain in my left lower back and left leg, with bouts of numbness. I go to my classes, come home, lay down. The kicker is state disability denied my claim, I can't work, and I'm going bankrupt very quickly. It's fantastic that I'm becoming paralyzed and there's nothing I can do at all because I'm tied with red tape.
I still want a second opinion but if you're saying steroids won't help then surgery is really my only option. I don't know how steroids would help in this situation, what did the article say that it would help with? My best suggestion is to ask the doctor if there is any steriod or GH that can help.
Sorry I can not be of more help bro I wish you the best. More to come soon Steroids aren't going to fix protruding discs. We do not condone the use of anabolic steroids AAS , all information about AAS is for educational and entertainment purposes only. If you choose to use AAS it's your responsibility to know the laws of the country that you live in.
Consult your physician or health care professional before performing any of the exercises, or following any diet, nutrition or supplement advice described on this website. How to Use HCG. I feel for you brother. Your situation is scarily like mine was a few years ago. I was in surgery a week later. Of course by then the fragments that had impinged upon my spinal cord had caused permanent damage.
I now have chronic low level back pain that won't be going away bar some unforseen medical breakthrough. The good news, however, is that the surgery actually gave me my life back. It sucked and so did the rehab but I'm now back to lifting again with a few limitations of course.
So at any rate here's my opinion: From experience, it just gets WAY too easy to pop a couple of those. Especially after a few drinks. Start a log now. Every doctor visit, every PT, every phone call, everything case related. Times, dates, and names. You will probably need this info at some time in the future.
Try to focus on the future where you are pain free and mobile again. Wish I could offer more than basically a cheering section but I do feel your pain. I had this same thing happen to me. I went through a year of PT, and chiropractic care. Lived off pain killers. I cannot do squats, leg press, and I can only pick up things that are not to heavy. But thats the only limits I have now. I know what your going through bud. I would lay in bed for days in misery and pain.
I had a herniated disc in L4, L5 and S1. I found out what made it worse and I limited that exercise or stopped that movement. Sometimes it gets better sometimes it does not. Best of luck brother. Originally Posted by jchappj. If the problem is in the low back you should check out articles by Louis Simmons about the Reverse Hyperextesion bench. I have had a bulging disk for 15 yrs now and i used the bench for 3 months in and i havent had any trouble since..
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