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Back pain
Mar 3, 2015
... y friend is having spine pblm.Just help me explain that report.Followings are the findings of his report. Straightening of thoracic lumbar curvature Thining of intervertibral disc between L5-S1 Abnormal signal return seen from L5 and S1vertibral body which are low on T1W n high on T2W and STIR representing bone contusion Circumferential disc bulge seen at L4-L5 and L5-S1... (10 replies)
... bare on my right foot because of an intense ripping sensation. A day or two after this, the same exact thing happened to my left foot except out of nowhere the pain set in. Long story short i was wheelchair bound after these chain of events and began seeing neurologists and orthopedic surgeons. ... (2 replies)
... Hey guys! 5 months ago I had a Microdisectomy on the l4l5 disc. things have been great, I have had very little pain and have been participating in athletic activities very often. ... (3 replies)

Ischial sit pain
Feb 25, 2015
... I've been dealing with sit pain for almost 4 years. ... (5 replies)
... It sounds like you may have a lower lumbar disc problem that is impacting one of the lower lumbar spinal nerve roots. This pain can be felt in the lower back or anywhere along the pathway of the nerve. Sciatic type pain usually comes from the L5 nerve. ... (3 replies)
... I am a 44 year old active, fit guy from Tampa, FL. After years of weightlifting I had some sciatica pain back in November of 2014. It was very severe pain for about a week. Sitting was the worst. Not too bad when standing. ... (4 replies)
... permanent nerve damage. It is hard to predict though if and when that might happen. ... (2 replies)
... The primary issue in most back issues is nerve compression. If the nerve is badly compressed, the symptoms are typically more severe. ... (2 replies)
... I am sleeping through the night. So, less foot and leg pain and sleep has caused me to question whether or not I am healing on my own. Do I need surgery? ... (2 replies)
... The vertebrae in the spine are separated by spongy discs that help in shock absorption but allow freedom of movement. The report says you have bulges in the lower 3 discs (I assume that means the lower 3 lumbar discs which would be at levels L3/L4, L4/L5, L5/S1). Bulges mean the discs are starting to compress like if you press on a water baloon. There are many reasons for... (2 replies)
What would you do?
Feb 15, 2015
... have to wait several weeks before I can be seen, and then end up canceling the appointment because by the time I can get in there, my pain levels have decreased again. I've never been to see this doctor when I've been in acute pain. It's always after the worst has subsided. ... (15 replies)
What would you do?
Feb 11, 2015
... Sometimes the disc gets on the nerve and I can't get it to shift and for a few days I'll have a lot of throbbing pain. Then other days I don't have as much pain, but buzzing when I sit or walk. ... (15 replies)
... to degenerate, the disc flattens out, the disc space narrows, facet joints enlarge in an attempt to stabilize the spinal segment, which often results in a spinal nerve root becoming compressed. ... (2 replies)
... yr old female, in relatively good shape. I have always been active and exercise on an elliptical 4 or more times per week. I started having "sciatica" type pain in September and went to a chiropractor who did xrays and started a treatment plan. I had some good relief until about December when things started up again. ... (2 replies)
... L4 level. I'm experiencing new nerve pain in my thighs, especially in the right leg, and lower back pain on the right side. ... (2 replies)
... herniated discs in my neck. The majority of my pain is in the small of my back and it shoots down in to my legs with numbness and tingling in my toes and heals. ... (2 replies)
... L5, which could cause back pain and pain radiating down the dermatomes, causing pain in the buttocks, hip, leg and foot. The location of this bone spur pressing into the thecal sac could be causing your husband's pain. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you very much for your reply, I appreciate the information that you have supplied. I am a disabled veteran and am in the VA system which cause a problem in and of itself. I live in the Harrisonburg, VA area and the nearest VA neurosurgeon is in Baltimore approximately 3 hours away. I don't know the neurosurgeon that I will have the appointment with yet to see what their... (4 replies)
... L5 segment that are causing the space within the central canal and foramen to narrow. This results in spinal nerve compression, which causes the radiating pain you are experiencing. In the central canal, the nerves that bundle together to form the cauda equina are being pushed together. ... (4 replies)
... er left side back pain, I immediately get severe burning in both legs on the outer calves to the point of it being debilitating. I cannot walk of stand when this pain in the calves is present and I also have to move my bowel rather quickly. ... (4 replies)


Associated Tags: disc herniation, microdiscectomy, sciatic nerves, spondylosis

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