Cramp during sex

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hi, I'm currently waiting for a disectomy. However, my fiancée has needs wink

when she she is ontop, (only 7stone), I get cramp in one or both of my thigh muscles. Is this a warning sign? The scan showed l5/s1 prolapse with left root nerve compromise, and when they reviewed the scan with me, there is also a bulge in the centre coming towards the spinal cord. 

Any advice please!

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    Hi James

    I have the same prolapse as you and trapped nerve, also awaiting surgery,

    I have been having cramp/spasms in my upper right leg for the last few months, this only started when I was put on Tramadol after the pain in my back and left leg got uncontrollable, I have been off the Tramadol for a few weeks and the spasms have decreased, apparently this is a side effect of that drug, are you on any painkillers that have similar side effects?

    May be worth checking :-)

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    Ummm my that back is ok, but I haven't had sex since 2011  !
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    Hi James i had discectomy at l5/s1 8 months ago due to prolapsed disc and i had a 

    spinal fusion 4 wees ago.  It's difficult isnt it as life goes on and we all want to do normal things like intercourse. I hope you don't get too much discomfort 

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    Hi James, when i had my discectomy 8 months ago i had 7 months prior to that of hell each day with sciatic nerve pain. The nerve pain in my buttock, thigh, and foot on my left leg was hell, driving, getting in and out of car and chairs was so miserable. All that went after my discectomy. 3 months later i had stabbing pains and further MRI showed massive inflammation and my discs at 2 levels needed a fusion which i had 4 wees ago. I am wearing a back brace and walking around doing everything slowly. Can't wait to feel up to swinging from chandeliers lol
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