THANKS EVERYONE FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT!
I finally have my pump in permananetly. I am so happy! For those of you who are really ineterested let me give you the good and the bad.
I aways say bad news first. So here we go. The bad news was that the cathetar from the pump was lying on one of my nerves, once I woke up I was crying from the pain. The Dr was called back and he took me back into surgery, just local- he had to know when the pain was letting up. The pain would almost radiate, go away and then back, go away and then back again. He said day by day the pain would give up, and so far he is right, I am almost walking without help now. There is some minor pain in my abdomin from the procedure and I have to have a bandage wrapped around me 24/7. I just have to be cautious of everything.
The good news! I am pain free, yes 100& pain free, in my lower spine! OMG i thought it would never happen! Only my upper spine (neck) and middle upper back are still in some pain but nothing my pain pills can't handle for reducing the pain. I am so happy I can't wait to be back to normal everyday chores. I can actually cook again! Praise God and moderine science!