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... My husband is 33 and fractured his T11, T10, and coccyx in an accident at work. He fell 12 feet to the cement. He had MRI and it showed the bulging disc at his L4 and L5. His docotor says the only thing that he can do is put him in a back brace and give him pain medicine. He says there is nothing else he can do. ... (2 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Usually in a situation like yours, the disc has been bulging for some time but hasn't caused any symptoms, so the person is unaware of the problem. ... (6 replies)
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Oct 24, 2007
... has anyone heard of disc issues causing acute pelvic pain? ... (6 replies)

... ou to know is that you have to get the pain diagnosed in the proper way. All of his tests were done with him lying down. A standing MRI might have revealed the disc problems but the discogram was done late in the day and with him seated and bending forward. ... (15 replies)
... There is mild chronic anterior wedging of the T11 vertebral body. There is straightening of the thoracic kyphosis. Alignment is otherwise anatomic. There is a mild multilevel degenerative disc desiccation. ... (3 replies)
... No focal disc herniation or significant stenoses. ... (9 replies)
... S1 is all the radiologist can see on a plain xray of the disc problem that shows on the MRI. ... (7 replies)
... T12 which reaches the ventral suface of the thecal sac but does not displace the cord itself. Both of these disc protrusions are just to the righ of the midline. ... (7 replies)
... L4 levels. There is no lumbar disc protrusion, spinal stenosis, or foraminal narrowing. ... (4 replies)
... No axial images are available. There is mild disc bulging with a mass effect upon the thecal sac. ... (11 replies)
... L1 Disc Reveals Diffuse Posterior Bulging, Indenting the Anterior Subarachnoid Space. ... (0 replies)
... I'm worried. I posted my results on the spinal cord board, but wanted to get some other opinions. Do my MRI results look that bad? My appt with neurosurgeon isn't until November 30. What do you think they will suggest for me? I have constant back, hip and leg pain (left side only). The pain ranges from manageable to unable to turn over in the bed, let alone get out of it. I... (1 replies)
... right central disc herniation. ... (3 replies)
... Mild disc bulging is present. No associated stenosis or nerve root impingement is noted. ... (5 replies)
... Disc degeneration diffusely involves the entire lumbar spine. A subligamentous focal midline disc bulge at l1 l2 level with mild severity anterior spinal narrowing is identified as well. ... (5 replies)
... I would definitely seek out an evaluation with an orthopedic spine surgeon or physiatrist (physical medicine doctor). It seems very early for return to work and the treatment plan seems lacking. (2 replies)
... Hi, tabitha.......I'm so sorry you haven't gotten any replies yet and I do hope you are still checking for them. This time of year is very slow and not as many people have as much time for being here as usual. I really don't think there is much else to be done for the fractures. However, it might not hurt to see a spine specialist such as a neurosurgeon or or orthopedic... (2 replies)
... Just a quick background, have had back problems for years, a few tears and disc bulging on lower back. Went to a spine Dr for injections, ordered a new MRI of the mid back because when he went down my spine, I jumped with pain when he hit mid back. ... (9 replies)
Is this normal?
Oct 21, 2004
... intervertabral disc disease, osteoarthritis in the spine. ... (5 replies)
... Hello again J.;) I can definately understand your frustration with the whole situation as I have been down this road for over a year now. I have seen too many doctors and heard too many opinions. My current family doctor doesn't seem to believe in pain management, I get the feeling they would rather see me "suck it up and deal with it" than get some relief. I was sent for... (11 replies)


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