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... L4, the bulge is pooching out to the left side, where it is putting pressure on the L3 spinal nerve root. Some osteophytes have formed on the endplate at this level and they contribute to this impingement on the nerve root. ... (2 replies)
... L5 level as well. She get some relief from gabapentin as teteri66 described. Talk to your doctor about multimodal pain relief as a combination of different approaches has really helped my wife. ... (2 replies)
... ny ideas how to get relief from some of the pain, I have Norco and Percocet both are 10's but they dont help. How do you keep a positive attitude when you are in pain all the time? ... (2 replies)

... o and still in pain on and off so I am considering if surgery will help me. ... (5 replies)
... Abuts the exiting nerve means that it just touches the nerve. That could very well be the source of the issues in your lower body. ... (5 replies)
... had been walking quite a bit when the weather was nice enough and trying various gyms in my area in order to join one. I felt I was in the best shape as far as pain was concerned since well prior to my original neck issues. I was getting ready to truly get in shape. I was pretty much pain free. ... (5 replies)
... Examination of the sagittal imaging demonstrates a grade 1 spondylolisthesis of L5 on S1 and a degenerative appearance of the vertebral bodies. The conus medullaris is seen to be normal. ... (5 replies)
... S1 where there is a small disc bulge that is causing a bit of compression of the spinal nerve roots. ... (5 replies)
... he combination is causing mild to moderate spinal stenoisis and lateral recess stenosis more on left which could potentially irritate or impinge the transversing l5 nerve root. The combination is also causing mild to moderate neural forminal stenosis potentially irritating the existing l4 nerve root. ... (7 replies)
MRI Results
Apr 2, 2015
... Can anyone help me understand what is going on with my MRI. I have been having back pain for awhile and it finally go to the point where it was interfering with my daily activities. I went to the doctor and they did and MRI. ... (7 replies)
... U r absolutely not a wimp. We have proof from mris, that says we have these issues, n yet, I feel the doctors don't want to prescribe because they don't really understand. No. U r not a wimp at all. (13 replies)
... Bulging disk, facet arthropathy, and ligamentous hypertrophy result in contact traversing bilateral S1 nerve roots and severe bilateral foraminal stenosis. ... (13 replies)
... which while medically successful, did not resolve my pain issues. I went to a bunch of different spine surgeons, and various other specialists and therapists to try to figure out what was causing my pain. ... (5 replies)
... Facet arthropathy is what is causing the pain you feel in the lower back...and there is not a lot that can be done about it. ... (7 replies)
Re mri
Apr 2, 2015
... Does any one know the cause of swelling around a nerve at l5 s1 18 months following spinal fusion w/o inst and am In severe pain with burning on left foot which has only recently started (0 replies)
Spinal MRI
Mar 29, 2015
... l canal and go out from the spine to the part of the body it innervates. When these openings become blocked or narrowed, it puts pressure on the nerves, causing nerve irritation or compression which results in the radiating pain you feel running down the L5 or S1 nerve. ... (7 replies)
... Bulging disk, facet arthropathy, and ligamentous hypertrophy result in contact traversing bilateral S1 nerve roots and severe bilateral formaninal stenosis. ... (7 replies)
... E infusions, Alternative Treatments, SPG Blocks, approximately 60 medications, none of have stopped the headaches. I am constantly fatigued and always in chronic pain both cervical and lumbar. Both were fused and not fused. I am hoping that one of you can provide me with some answers. Thank you in advanced. ... (7 replies)
Mri help
Mar 20, 2015
... Foraminal stenosis is what I assume the nurse meant. It means that the area for the nerve roots exiting between your L5 and S1 vertebrae has narrowed, probably either do to a disk herniation, or arthritic bone spur or both. ... (2 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)


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