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Herniated Disc
May 15, 2013
... So I have a herniated disc that I've been dealing with for about 2 weeks. ... (1 replies)
... and while I did not have a full blown disc herniation back then, I always had a "bad back" and I can honestly say my back never felt better then when I went to yoga class on a consistent basis. ... (18 replies)
Herniated disc
Oct 7, 2011
... If you happen to have spondylolisthesis in addition to the disc herniation, any activity where the back is in extension needs to be avoided. ... (7 replies)

... vis I am new to the boards and have been searching for a little while. I will post my situation as I am at a complete loss with the army medical system and keep running around in circles. I will try my best to keep it short and to the point thanks in advance for the time! ... (16 replies)
Sep 20, 2013
... Now that I am feeling great, it seems wierd to be running in to have this surgical procedure. ... (2 replies)
... L3. It appears to be small and while pushing out of the disc space into the foramina, it is enough to be causing foraminal stenosis. ... (1 replies)
... time in the future, one of those discs gets worse, you will be under the care of a spine specialist and will be able to get an appointment much sooner...or if a disc would rupture and you required surgery quickly, you would have a doctor to call and not have to take whoever is on call in the ER. ... (3 replies)
... e a week but have decided to stop these classes because last weekend I hurt my back during the class and had extra pain for two days after which included an ache running down my left leg. ... (6 replies)
... it flares up my L4 and L5 nerve roots, and I get pain running around the front of the hip and even in the front of the thigh and groin area. A dermatome map shows my pain areas to be where the L4 and L5 nerve roots are. ... (2 replies)
... things like contact sports, running or something where there is a repetitious pounding that really jams the discs, etc. ... (6 replies)
Recent mri results
Sep 18, 2012
... It is not unusual for something to look very innocuous on MRI but for it to be a source of great pain. Conversely sometimes a huge disc herniation will be something the patient is unaware of, what the MRI shows is not very important by itself. ... (1 replies)
... The disc at this level, between the L4 and L5 vertebrae, is bulging and it is pushing into the central spinal canal and causing stenosis. ... (5 replies)
... s1 as well as other disc bulges ranking from minimal to moderate . Due to this herniation i had spinal stenosis and s1 nerve root compression. Symptoms were right leg pain form butt to foot and numbness to leg. ... (14 replies)
... of all sciatic pain is caused by a lumbar disc herniation. ... (2 replies)
... Don't be surprised if she starts to complain of pain running down her leg. ... (17 replies)
... S1 disc had ruptured...and he had not had any back pain or other symptoms he associated with a back problem. ... (38 replies)
EMG Results
Jun 13, 2012
... Radiculopathy is is a type of pain that radiates into an extremity, running directly along the course of a spinal nerve root. ... (19 replies)
... you might even feel like you have water running down your leg, causing you to think you have had an accident until you realize what is going on. ... (16 replies)
... I disagree and continue to go but health benies are running out. They were equally fickle on an injection saying it would help the pain but not the leg issue. So far I have decided against it. ... (18 replies)
... center of the disc, the nucleus. It connects the spinal vertebrae above and below the disc. The annulus keeps the nucleus from herniating or leaking out of the disc by "hydraulically" sealing the nucleus and evenly distributing any pressure and force imposed on the disc. ... (1 replies)

Associated Tags: disc, herniated disks, herniation, mri report interpretation

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