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  what they don't tell you!!!

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  New Here for a Boston Scientific SCS

I am new here and awaiting approval by insurance for trial. I have had 5 back surgeries and in constant pain. Have been on pain killers for more years than I want to admit. I am 60 years old and no l...

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Boston Scientific Artificial Sphincter Device Failure

My Husband was left incontinent after a prostectomy in 2007 related to prostate cancer. He suffered with incontinence for years. We had heard about the AMS/Boston Scientific Artificial Sphincter but ...

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Hi, I have had my SCS since November 2008 and I love it! My ankle device, the ExoSym, I just got in July 2018 and saved me from amputation. It requires no surgery. You might want to Google it. I ...

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Writing an article about BS SCS devices, anyone willing to share their story?

I am an older male who has been living with Chronic pain for over 15 years. Lower back -> Legs -> feet., due to 5 discs in my lower back that are cutting into the spinal canal space and neuropathic pa...

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My new SCS is doing well - Next Step weaning off pain meds need advice

I tried to become more active. I started walking and swimming. I think the endorphins from the exercise really helped, and I felt like I was getting my life back slowly.

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Sara W.

Absolutely amazing. After getting the trial, the first thing we did was take a walk...

Sara W., Chronic Pain

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I can do a lot of things, like tend to my orchids, go to the gym, and go dancing...

Dick B., Low Back Pain

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