I had bilateral hernia repair on July 26, 2005. Since then I am experincing severe pain mostly the top of my right thigh and moderate pain in the inner thigh. The night before last, June 29, 2006, I was awoken by burning pain just above the knee. It was like someone poured acid on them. At the same time, my feet and ankle have been swollen for at least 11 days. I still have pain in my left and right groin from surgery. It is almost like I never had the surgery but now only worse. I can't walk, stand, sit or lie down for long periods of time. I do have degenerative disc disease in L4, L5 and S1. The arthritis is progressive and now I feel it in my hips. However, I do not think my back and hernia repair are connected. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I have had injections in my back and in my groin to no avail.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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