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... Moderate stenosis or narrowing in the foramen will cause nerve pain as the space for the nerve is restricted. The pain can be felt at the location of the L5 disc or it can radiate out along the path of the spinal nerve... ... (1 replies)
MRI help?
Dec 14, 2014
... Hi, I am new to this. 55 year old female. I started having neck and back pain about two years ago and had xrays. ... (4 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. ... (1 replies)

... I had laminectomy. L4 s1 i had the same surgery 14 years ago L5. (10 replies)
... Do you have pain on one side or the other? ... (6 replies)
... and the constant nerve pain has turned into a more of what I can only describe as like a lightning storm type nerve pain. Nothing too agonizing but a lot of "flashing" in my leg. ... (0 replies)
... Back pain for over 2 yrs, quite severe most of the time. Issues with sitting, standing and walking. Using a cane for the most of it recently. ... (10 replies)
... My first thought is that you are still so early in your recovery that it is too early for major intervention from pain management. ... (5 replies)
... It is a situation that can cause instability. One vertebra slips over the top of the adjacent vertebra, which often results in a spinal nerve at t hat level getting caught or pinched. ... (6 replies)
Lumbar MRI
Nov 19, 2014
... Hemangiomas within the vertebrae are benign vascular tumors. They generally don't cause pain as Teteri66 mentioned, but they can depending on their location or size. ... (4 replies)
... Well, I'll be the first to admit I don't understand a lot of this. All I do know is my spine ortho doc said I have retrolisthesis and congenital effusion of my L5 and S1, I did ask about the spondylitis and he said I don't have it. ... (14 replies)
... However, I do also have congenital effusion of the L5 and S1. But he said that's not what is causing my nerve pain problem. ... (14 replies)
... being totally numb, after many doctor visits and tests I was finally told what my problem is, the spine ortho doc I saw called it retrolisthesis. Apparently my L5 vertabae slips around and moves when I do and for months that slipping has been pinching my femoral nerve. ... (14 replies)
... Now I don't have nerve pain. But the pain under my ribs is terrible. Can't sit or stand for long time. I do still do a lot of walking. Have been swimming twice lately. ... (11 replies)
... I still think the pain that goes up to your shoulders is probably caused by issues with posture and structural alignment. I would suggest you be careful swimming. ... (11 replies)
Low back pain
Nov 2, 2014
... or foot. The L5 nerve is specifically mentioned as being impacted by this issue. ... (2 replies)
Low back pain
Nov 2, 2014
... feeling back pain for last 4 months , I have done X ray , sugar test uric acid test and found all are normal , then i have done MRI... ... (2 replies)
... Your surgeon probably had to manipulate the affected nerves somewhat in order to get them decompressed. Even if there is no residual nerve damage the nerves are somewhat traumatized during the surgery. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks. Still going well and following instructions, taking little walks but otherwise just resting. Pain is decreasing a little each day. ... (4 replies)
... I didn't have iliac crest bone graft for my fusions but I understand that for some, it remains a source of pain for quite some time. ... (5 replies)

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