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    Posted: Feb/05/2017 at 7:25am
Hi
I was trying to  respond  to either a PM or a Post from Pegs-
I believe she posted on pudenal nerve  cure by stem cells and it can also help joint issues
I'd like to get back to that post with your help
Thank you

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Betty Sharpie 60:

From 1985 many nerve blocks; facets; SIJ epidurals, and piraformis.

PLIF 10-07 with rods and screws and donated bone graft; 6 glorius pain free months; 4-08 return of pain; summer '08 nerve blocks ; pain free Aug-Dec 08; pain returned: medial branch tests; failed nerve - ablation L3, L4 , L5, S 1: 2-09.

Failed nerve ablation SI S 1 2 3 June 23 2009- great increase in pain. Back to nerve blocks; one SIJ and 2 piraformis so far.Right knee replacement 2-22-2010. Also have PIDD-    treated with plasma by subq weekly. 2010 tvt-o removed; lidocaine shots neck and back     bulging disks L3-4 and 2 neck bulging disks----hypoglycemia--                             "When we walked in fields of gold..." Sting
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You do not have permission to view this Private Message.  This is the message on PM I received when I clicked the link in the email I received saying I had a PM from Pegs- 

Need help with this also
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Betty Sharpie 60:

From 1985 many nerve blocks; facets; SIJ epidurals, and piraformis.

PLIF 10-07 with rods and screws and donated bone graft; 6 glorius pain free months; 4-08 return of pain; summer '08 nerve blocks ; pain free Aug-Dec 08; pain returned: medial branch tests; failed nerve - ablation L3, L4 , L5, S 1: 2-09.

Failed nerve ablation SI S 1 2 3 June 23 2009- great increase in pain. Back to nerve blocks; one SIJ and 2 piraformis so far.Right knee replacement 2-22-2010. Also have PIDD-    treated with plasma by subq weekly. 2010 tvt-o removed; lidocaine shots neck and back     bulging disks L3-4 and 2 neck bulging disks----hypoglycemia--                             "When we walked in fields of gold..." Sting
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