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... anges that take place over years from wear and tear on the spine. The discs narrow, dry out, the capsule weakens and bulges, and may press on nerve roots causing sciatica pain. The osteophytes are bone spurs, part of the arthritic process. The facets are joints off to each side of then spine, also affected by arthritis. ... (5 replies)
... Hello, I'm hoping somebody here can help me out as I am extremely frustrated right now. I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia in 2011. About a year ago I started getting sciatic pain. Insurance wouldnt pay for an MRI so I did PT instead which helped for a few months. ... (3 replies)
... ment. That level is the most common one for the development of spondylolisthesis, which is where one vertebra slides over the top of the one adjoining it. This can lead to a nerve compression...and because there is movement, the symptoms can move around. ... (3 replies)

... well I am a nurse, and I have multi level bulging discs,the one causing the problems is at L5, causing S1 irritation. ... (16 replies)
... which is why he told me to ice b4 bed. I just had therapy last night so I'll try it tonight and see if it helps. It's been a miserable week so far. I have them in both legs and this curls down to my toes sometimes. ... (13 replies)
... I'm trying to see if I can tolerate the pain without the drug and so far It's not a ten but an eight and I've lived with an ten for many years so I'm going to see how long I can do this. ... (5 replies)
... S1 with the protrustion pressing on 2 nerve roots and the thecal sac. I have sciatica in both legs but worse in the left. In February 2007 my left leg went numb on the outside of my leg all the way to my toes. It is still numb. It stays that way. ... (3 replies)
Curious Julie!
Nov 26, 2007
... i have posted before but it was a while ago. i have had a back problem which is slowly progressing. it is getting to a stage where i can hardly walk and using crutches. ... (5 replies)
Oct 4, 2005
... The first week in Montana was Great! ... (14 replies)
... The first week in Montana was Great! ... (12 replies)
... The Sciatica is caused usually by a disc or the Piriformis muscle. Chances are, if the tennis ball helped it's the Piriformis. ... (25 replies)
... Like you, it doesn't happen when I stand, but rather when I sit, recline, or lay down. I can put on a pretty good freak show with it, and it's really quite embarrassing. I have had so very many sleepless nights because my leg wouldn't stop jerking! ... (19 replies)
... It's both legs pretty evenly. I was very surprised when swimming aggravated it, that normally makes everything feel better all over. ... (10 replies)
... Have you ever had any lower lumbar back problems? ... (10 replies)
... Wow you have been through a ringer. ... (5 replies)
... S1, and sciatica in both legs. However, I've had several falls and other issues since the pregnancy. I've had the back issue for 3 years, after I delivered my 2nd daughter. ... (12 replies)
... I was so surprised to see your email, All I can say is that yes I have experienced pains where I did have and did'nt have pain before, and next day they would be gone, which sometimes nearly made me feel I was totally mad !!!!!! ... (5 replies)
... when you have a noticable "shrinking' of muscle,it is usually one of two things or even a bit of both. ... (12 replies)
... Did you get second or third opinions first? ... (11 replies)
... Hi Lia, I know it gets expensive, but I think he's on the right track. I have heard that vinegar is a great natural cure for many ills. Most chiros are into natural rememdies. ... (113 replies)

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