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Did I reherniate? Scared!

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  • Just want to add to my recovery. Looking for any insight at all. I am now 3 weeks post op and up until yesterday I thought I was progressing. For the first 2 weeks I could not do a straight leg raise in a seated position with my left leg which my NS said was from a lot of inflammation. I progressed and am able to get it straight with very little pain at straight. So it seems once I progressed with the leg raise yesterday I started getting a flushing feeling down into my lower left leg into foot and I am still getting that feeling and overall the feeling in my leg is the worst its been since surgery. I also have been doing a lot more moving. Mostly walking and just being on my feet all day. Could this new feeling in my leg be the nerve healing or have I not been taking enough breaks throughout the day and causing inflammation? Or has a reherniation accused without me knowing it? I appreciate any comment.

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