I tried the trial and have till the end of the month to decide if I want the permanent one. I really think I am going to change my mind. I had a really bad experience with the trial.After they put in the two probes and the meds wore off I was in instant pain that wouldn\'t quit up till the time they removed them. It was horrible & I didn\'t even sleep that night. I since have done research on-line and more people have problems with this then people that have a good experience. The pain was so bad that it over shadowed what was going on with the stimulator. Has anyone had this awful of a experience with the trial and then gone on for the permanent one and had good luck??
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