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... Hi, I wanted to know if anyone can give me some advice on my health issue. My lumbar mri says that I have an annular tear and disc herniation at l5 s1. I have mild spinal stenosis and degenerative disease at l4 l5. In my sacrum, I have significant damage to the s5 nerve and minor damage to the s4 nerve. ... (1 replies)
... The discs in the next two levels show signs of having an annular tear. The disc is comprised of a soft nucleus center surrounded by a tough outer wall, similar to a belted tire. Sometimes this outer wall develops a tear. ... (6 replies)
... degenerative and annular tear or premenopausal or maybe even IBS. When I was in my 40's, I went through different things not even realizing I was in Peri at the time. I have the same pain in my low back all across with pain on the right side in the groin area. Look up Sl dysfunction. ... (4 replies)

... Welcome to the board. I would guess that if this MRI is ten years old, you must have had back pain for at least that long! ... (8 replies)
... l this time I had been thinking that the pain over the Posterior Superior Iliac Spine was from the SI joint problem, but the spine surgeon told me that pain from annular tear can radiate out to the PSIS. Has anyone ever had this happen? ... (4 replies)
... s. Be careful, I did too much too soon and I am paying for it 6 months later. My doc told me to order 4 Safe Back Exercise Videos with a gym ball and to progress at my own pace. I ordered online through www.gymball.com. So far, I'm still on tape 1 and haven't flared up yet!!! ... (5 replies)
... any prolong time, like for work, all I can do to get pain free is lay down, takes awhile to stop throbbing and burning, it is worse than the pain before surgery, at least I could tolerate sitting for work. I had an MRI last week, go see my surgeon Monday.... I got a copy if the MRI CD and the findings report. ... (5 replies)
... I have had the same problem for years (8 plus) and had surgery for this twice and numerous injections. My L5-S1 continues to reherniate - and leg pain has never gone away - it is actually one of my most troublesome pains! I can't imagine after all these years why it just continues to way/wane. Anyway, my point is that even with surgery, PT, and injections, I am a little... (4 replies)
... When they suspected an annular tear, one of my docs had a really helpful message. He said medically it was one of the simpler problems and he recommended PT and epidural injections. ... (4 replies)
... I cannot speak to an annular tear, specifically, resulting in a radiating pain... ... (4 replies)
... Normal height with decreased hydration. Left paracentral and foraminal annular tear with 3.6 mm posterocentral protrusion. ... (4 replies)
... S1 but at the same time, I hear "clicking sounds" in my pelvic area whenever I change positions or stretch or when I get up after sitting. ... (9 replies)
Annular Tear
Apr 26, 2008
... I am new to the forum and so glad I found this. I have had an achy pain in my hip for at least a year and has progressivly gotten worse with nerve pain going down the back of my legs. I went to the DR. ... (4 replies)
... ilable. As far as IDET and Nucleoplasty goes, these are experimental procedures and therefore no clinical studies have been completed. The IDET is used for small annular tears and actually changes the structure of the disc material. Nucleoplasty is the removal of disk material through a catheter and secondary needle. ... (16 replies)
... d can be considered one. It is very hard to heal an annular tear. Sometimes they will heal themselves in time, but I have seen little evidence of that. ... (16 replies)
... In May 2002, I was injured at work.I was standing on a tall stool, I lost my balance and fell back..and thats when all the pain began. ... (18 replies)
... I am blessed that I can work out of my home, but can no longer sit at my desk. Am on right side or reclined position all day. Have to take motrin most days. ... (6 replies)
... Can feel the pain originating from L5 disk in that spot. ... (2 replies)
... S1 levels, an annular tear is seen at the above levels. ... (0 replies)
Annular fissure?
Sep 21, 2004
... this just brings me to think about how different doctors are. Here I am with DDD AND bulges in my L4-5 and L5-S1, bone spur and annular tear at L5-S1 and no one will talk about fixing that part of my body! I have the bulge at C5-6 and spondylosis that is more significant, but still, no real possiblities on treatment. Sure, Had the EMG, Nerve Cond. test and getting the ESIs,... (6 replies)


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