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Thread: implanted with a spinal cord stimulation device

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    Indeed the actual electrode designs will evolve to be better than today and multiple replacements aren't going to work out well as the surgeons will be digging through a ton of scar tissue which won't heal as well with each iteration.

    While I'm working full time and am well-adjusted, I will jump at a real "cure" simply to get rid of all the damn nerve pain and, hope upon hope, the bowel program.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mize View Post
    Indeed the actual electrode designs will evolve to be better than today and multiple replacements aren't going to work out well as the surgeons will be digging through a ton of scar tissue which won't heal as well with each iteration.
    Don't the electrodes go on the outside of the dura for the implantable version?

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