My aunt had back surgery this last summer and she was suppose to be only walking to the end of her drive way and back a couple times a day but she had me taking her shopping and to the hospital to visit my grandmother, I had to force her into a wheel chair at the hospital cause she was pushing herself too much, I told her she was gonna end up messing up her surgery area, but she wouldnt listen. And now she's having back pain again, I dont know when she's gonna learn her lesson. But if I where you, I would get up and walk but only go as far as your body will let you, but dont push it, and if it hurts way too much to do even that, then call and talk to your doctor, maybe he can advise something else, like some other simple exserize, but you do need to let the doctor know what's up at all times before something like what happened to my aunt hapens to you.
26 years old, single mother of 2 children, 7 year old girl and 9 year old boy
DX-Lower back pain, Arthiritis, Migraines, Raynald's Phenomenon, Depression, Anxiety/Panic Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Pancreatic Divisum, Chronic Pancreatitas, Fibromyalgia
Meds- Suboxone 16-24mg daily, Cymbalta 60mg, 100mg Lyrica, Ventolin Albuterol Inhaler, Advair, Imitrex 100mg, Ibprofen 800mg, Phenergan 25mg, Hydroxizine 25mg, Biofreeze
Surgeries- Gallbladder removed 1998, Stent in Pancreas 2003, marsupilized bartholin gland cyst, countless upper GI scopes and ERCPs
Pets- 3 degus named Pricilla, Aster, and Shorty, one female rat named Sassy, one male rat named Squeeky who's brother died on 4/18/09 and was replaced by a baby female Guinea pig name Rosalina, a baby black emperor scorpian, and a corn snake named Precious
"Never go to a doctor's office whose plants has died."