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... Since you indicate you have been in lots of pain and have sciatic pain, and since the usually cause of sciatica is not apparent from your MRI, you will need to insist that the doctors investigate further. ... (11 replies)
... True sciatica comes from nerve compression of one or more of the lower lumbar spinal nerves. ... (11 replies)
... Hi I'm new here! I have had chronic back pain for years, but for the last year I have had severe sciatic nerve pain down my right leg. ... (11 replies)

... s1 for almost four months now. I also have DDD in l3 and l4 along with bulges on those two discs. I tried a medrol pack and three epidurals. The nerve pain in my legs is mostly gone but I have tremendous lower back pain that keeps me from standing straight. ... (2 replies)
... of my pain meds, found lyrica to be very helpful for the continued nerve pain, and have gained some significant strength back through PT and much walking. ... (3 replies)
... I can see why you mostly have lower back pain as even though there is stenosis noted, in no case does it mention specific spinal nerve root compression. I personally would question the suggestion for a discectomy with the amount of facet joint arthropathy you have. ... (13 replies)
... has oozed out of the disc and is pressing into the thecal sac which encompasses the nerves of the central canal on the left side. This is possibly impacting the L5 nerve on the left. ... (7 replies)
... e and below the disc space level. The central canal is further narrowed by epidural lipomatosis. Disc material extends into the foramen but there is no foramen nerve root compromise. There is moderate facet arthropathy. ... (13 replies)
... e that if the disc material is re absorbed, the stenosis will lessen or go away completely. It is this narrowing that is at least partially responsible for your pain in both legs. In some cases the stenosis continues to narrow the canal, which puts more and more pressure on the nerves. ... (13 replies)
... Hi I had 2 annular tears in 06 saw a pain mgt specialist. He is wonderful. ... (21 replies)
... l through which runs the spinal cord and the other is in the neural foramen, which are little openings located at the end of each vertebra through which a spinal nerve exits the spine and goes out to body. ... (8 replies)
... t is possible that you do not have a solid fusion and this is one reason why you have leg pain. If the lump is that big, it could also be pressing on the spinal nerve and putting pressure on the L5 or S1 spinal nerve. ... (4 replies)
MRI help please!
Sep 8, 2015
... discs are showing some signs of degenerative change, but according to report, there is no apparent nerve compression. ... (3 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)
... c I imaging the meds masked the pain and inflammation. Week 2, I had some muscle spasms and started up with the muscle relaxer, again. ... (7 replies)
... within 48 hours post op I noticed the sciatic nerve pain I had been experiencong down my left side was gone BUT now it was on right and just as bad if not worse. ... (11 replies)
... Be sure to take frequent short walks. You want to minimize the chance of scar tissue attaching to a nerve as it forms and fills in during the first twelve weeks post surgery. Taking short walks often is the best exercise for this. ... (7 replies)
... I had a microdiscectomy almost 4 weeks do to the disc pinching my sciatic nerve. The pain before the surgery went from my left butt cheek down to my foot, and felt like someone was sticking a knife in my hip and calf. ... (3 replies)

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