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My Pain

Barbara,
You are still very early in your post op/recovery phase. For sleeping, have you tried a feeling program but turning the volume way down so you can't feel it? Also, are you a lot more act...

Started by: BPG 6 Views 2 Replies Last reply: by flygal

Programs in Remote Control

I did not have that experience. My average appointment for tweaking of programs was an hour. I would call your rep again to request another appointment. If this is not satisfactory, call Boston Scient...

Started by: BPG 15 Views 2 Replies Last reply: by flygal

Boston Scientific Nerve Stimulator.

Cora; welcome. I wish you half as much pain management as I have gotten.
Regarding different programs: I normally use my no-feel program 24/7; however, if part of my body decides to be naughty (u...

Started by: Cora 10 Views 2 Replies Last reply: by flygal

Spinal stimulator trial

Everyone is different regarding recovery time. For me, there was no recovery from the trial, just playing with it to determine if it would help me. (If you have any concerns during trial, if you are n...

Started by: Jv21073 9 Views 2 Replies Last reply: by flygal

Stimulator revision

So glad to hear. Do you have a "no feel" program? Have you tried it? It makes me feel almost normal. I do switch to feeling program when the pain becomes obnoxious. Please keep us updated Jay

Started by: limojay 15 Views 6 Replies Last reply: by flygal

Researching getting a SCS

I have had my SCS for 10 years now, for incomplete lower spinal cord injury. Before my implant I was on lots of pain medication and meds for the side effects. On days that I worked I would cry with br...

Started by: 4titaniumjo 13 Views 2 Replies Last reply: by flygal

Neurophathy

I am in the trial period now, and would like to know is there anyone with neuropathy of the legs who is with SCS? If you do, please share your experience.

Started by: spiritrise 5 Views 1 Replies Last reply: by spiritrise

SCS questions

Hello, I am a chronic pain sufferer,My husband and I was hit head on by a drunk driver.My neck is fused from c2-c 6. Have pain 24/7 .Worked as a nurse .I am permanently disabled. Have a lot of s...

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Implant Location

It depends on doctor as well as pain location; I have pain from waist down; mine is in rt butt cheek; others have theirs placed under ribs for lower body pain. Good question for your doctor at next visit.

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Flying with remote control

I can only talk about experience I had up to a couple of years ago. I have flown internationally (Malaysia, Thailand, and UK) and inside US. I have never had a problem with the TSA questioning my remo...

Started by: robivins 10 Views 2 Replies Last reply: by flygal
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