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  • camwhit
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    I am about to be 22, I am a month post-op from a Microdisectomy. Everything has gone well so far since surgery. 3 days ago, I went hunting for the first time this season, and I hunt in a climber stand. I have been sore since that day. I can’t tell if it’s soreness or I actually reherniated my disc again. Was that too soon for those type of movements? How would I know if I reherniated?

    Donald Corenman, MD, DC
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    Where was the soreness? Was it lower back, buttocks or leg soreness. How would the pain level compare to your original symptoms? Do you have any new weakness?

    Dr. Corenman

    camwhit
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    Thank you for your reply, the soreness was lower than my incision site. So kind of around my butt bone. I have no weaknesses since then. The pain compared to when I had a ruptured disc was not even close. I think I was overthinking it, I feel great. I am going to go hunting again soon, hoping this time is better than last time!

    Donald Corenman, MD, DC
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    Probably you are too cautious and a small amount of discomfort could be overlooked. Good luck!

    Dr. Corenman

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