Re: Herniated DISC!!!! HELP!!!!!
I don't feel comfortable making too many comments since I don't know what is going on with you specifically...so maybe read them as general comments and apply what you can use.
First of all, with any sort of bulging or herniated disc, you want to avoid bending or twisting at the waist as much as possible. You should figure out some stretches for the hamstrings that do not involve bending.
The sciatic-type pain is a sign that a nerve is irritated or compressed, probably a result of the disc herniations.
Also, when the lamina is removed from two or more adjoining areas, (such as I imagine was done during your laminectomies) the patient runs the risk of developing instability in the spine. If a nerve gets caught up in this instability, it can be a major source of nerve pain.
I don't believe a drug like embrel would be appropriate for you, if indeed your pain is coming from a mechanical spine problem that is compressing a nerve.
Sounds like it is time to consult with a fellowship-trained spine surgeon and get an accurate diagnosis and plan for treatment.