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Back problems
Apr 22, 2018
... bulges, it pushes out a bit from the disc space. Sometimes this can end up taking up space in areas where space is at a premium...and it can push into a spinal nerve where it will cause symptoms of pain, perhaps tingling, even numbness. ... (1 replies)
... rgeon or a neurosurgeon. I am surprised you were told you need such a big surgery, especially considering your age and that there doesn't appear to be any major nerve compression. ... (5 replies)
... m 27 and been dealing with lower back pain since 2011. ... (5 replies)

... microdiscectomy for a compressed S1 nerve root due to L5 S1 herniation. ... (8 replies)
... You really need to talk to the doctor who ordered this to get a full understanding of this; however, some of the terminology is relatively easy to explain. L4- L5- you have disc bulging. This means that the disc is out of alignment. If you are having pain, this could be why....this is not serious enough for surgery and sometimes can be corrected with physical therapy and... (5 replies)
Lumbar fusion
Apr 14, 2018
... After my first fusion, a nurse new to her job at a pain management clinic where I had gone for a diagnostic nerve block, asked me a question I have never forgotten. Very sincerely, she asked me "do people EVER have just one spine surgery? ... (2 replies)
My MRI ... eek!
Feb 28, 2018
... You were indeed right that surgery to decompress that nerve at L5 S1 is in order. I'll admit that I haven't gone for a second opinion. I fully investigated the background of the neurosurgeon to whom I was referred. ... (10 replies)
... and bilateral L4 and L5 pedicle screws. ... (20 replies)
... thanks for checking on me. Not much to report except more electric shocks pain that last for hours. I still try to tell myself that it's healing and NOT getting worse. But of course nobody know as you said before. ... (20 replies)
My MRI ... eek!
Feb 17, 2018
... I say "good news" because it is very frustrating when one has pain and symptoms and medical professionals cannot figure out the source of the pain, etc. ... (10 replies)
... pace where it is pushing into the S1 spinal nerve. I would normally say it is this contact that is causing your symptoms...but, in your case, you state you have pain in right buttocks and down right leg. The bulge is contacting the nerve on the LEFT side... ... (4 replies)
... m 39 yr old male who is suffering with chronic low back pain and pain in right buttocks and down right leg this past year. ... (4 replies)
... I'm looking for advice and experiences with epidural injections. i have been dealing with an L5 nerve pain down my right leg for about 2 months now. no specific injury but i think i was taking too many spin classes... not sure what the cause is really... ... (7 replies)
... L5 nerve pain? ... (4 replies)
... Hard to say what is causing the pain. The dermatome location would indicate it is associated with a L5 nerve injury, but obviously no way that should have happened during surgery. ... (7 replies)
Nerve pain
Nov 3, 2015
... clerosis and vacuum phenomenon, consistent with degenerative disc disease. Disc bulge. Mild central canal stenosis. Abutment of the origins of both transiting S1 nerve roots. No overt evidence of nerve root displacement or flattening. Moderate left and mild right exit foraminal stenosis. ... (2 replies)
... I have had sciatic nerve pain for over a year in my right leg. I've been to a Chiroprator first, then a Physical Therapist for 3 weeks. ... (16 replies)
... I wish my doc told me that. I developed scar tissue that is pinching the L5 nerve root causing new pain. Now they are sending me for scs. I wish I knew that. ... (7 replies)
... I am not sure why you would be having pain on the top of the thigh....for clarification, when you say "top," do you mean the front side or up near where the leg joins the pelvis? ... (7 replies)
... It is very normal to have some nerve pain post surgery. Sometimes a nerve is touched or has to be moved during surgery. Sometimes there is inflammation that impacts a nerve, etc. ... (7 replies)

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