I have had pain in my right big toe and my right leg for about 6 years now. I just recently (1 week ago) had back surgery to repair a hernitation at L5 and also stenosis at L4,L5, and S1. There was also a ligament wrapped around L5. The neurosurgeon said that was definitely causing my leg pain. Well, I still have the toe pain and some leg pain. I know it will take time, but it still hurts exactly like it did. I had a surgery on my toenails to remove a little of my nails about 7 -8 years ago due to an ingrown toenail. I fear this is what has caused my toe pain and am very depressed about that decision. I keep thinking if only I would not have had that surgery but at the time it seemed like I had to. Also, associated with my toe pain, when you press on my calf muscle in one certain spot, it causes the pain in my toe. I have told the doctors this and they don't have a clue. Seems like noone knows what to do. Can anyone help me?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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