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... al cord is damaged, the person could have symptoms at the level of the problem or injury and below that level. In other words a problem at C5 and C6 could cause pain in the neck, across the collarbone, shoulders and running down the top side of the arm into the thumb. ... (1 replies)
... I mean right leg pain and right sciatica. Didn't mean to type left. Thanks for your response. Fingers crossed it will help! I guess I could consider a second injection. ... (3 replies)
... wn. I had a laminectomy in 1991 and the fusion in 2008 diagnosed with degenerative disc disease and arthritis of the spine as well. I continue to have sciatica pain off and on but if I walk to much, stand a period of time my two baby toes go numb and this can happen on either foot. ... (0 replies)

... I was weeding around the trees in our yard. I was sitting on the ground as I was doing this. I noticed after finishing the 5th tree, when I stood up I had severe pain in my lower left back right at the top of the pelvic bone. ... (2 replies)
... shin, and right foot. I also have a sensation similar to that of stubbing my right toe. My Dr prescribed some nerve pain meds, and sleep aidsbin addition to the muscle Relaxer and narcotic pain meds that I was already prescribed. ... (13 replies)
... Hello i am looking for some advice on what i should do about my current situation. My pain started about 2 years ago when i was 23. I was concerned because im pretty young to be having back pains. ... (1 replies)
... Did your pain start out annoying and then gradually increase to the pain you were describing in another post about not being able to walk to your mailbox? ... (5 replies)
... I am confused. You have sciatic pain on your left, but then you say pain is only in the right leg. Please clarify! ... (3 replies)
... I have been having right sciatica pain for the last 5 months. Long story short I've been rehabbing it with PT, acupuncture, pool walking, pilates. And it was getting better but still bothering me. ... (3 replies)
... other times it would switch to the other leg and sometimes it was in both legs. ... (8 replies)
... s certain the surgeon will tell me I am going to need surgery, but I am curious what would be the possible surgeries that will help. I have severe back pack with leg symptoms on both sides. ... (5 replies)
... a good percentage of people do not follow the surgeon's instructions for longer than the first month. They tend to do too much too soon and end up causing nerve pain flare that is difficult to tamp down. Also, it can contribute to an incomplete fusion. ... (8 replies)
... pinal canal in the lumbar area branch out to innervate the areas below the waist. Depending on where there is compression, it can result in groin pain, sciatic pain that runs down the back of the leg, hip and buttock pain, issues with sexual organs, bladder and bowel. ... (4 replies)
... You might have either sacroiliotis or SIJ dysfunction. The first is an inflammation of the joint and the other is pain caused by abnormal movement in the joint. This pain is sometimes confused with other lower back issues like a lumbar herniated disc or facet joint pain. ... (4 replies)
... Hello Teteri66, thank you so much for your insights and fast response. I like to be operated by a top notch surgeon knowing I will be in good hand but it's a long wait. The doctor ordered more tests which none of the local surgeons I saw had ordered: CT scan, DEXA test, scoliosis/full spine xray(36"). So I know he is technically/medically superior than those I saw: DEXA... (6 replies)
... Should I get surgery or not? Study Result CLINICAL DATA: Low back pain with bilateral hip and leg pain, worse on the right. Symptoms for 2 years, worsening over the last 6 months. No acute injury or prior relevant surgery. EXAM: MRI LUMBAR SPINE WITHOUT CONTRAST (1 replies)
... ice much of an improvement. Maybe a little bit. Not sure they will give me another 10 day course now. I can take ibuprofen and tylenol to help with the pain. the pain changes locations but i usually feel something all the time. Even if it is just a sense that something is wrong with my leg. sitting is going to be tough. ... (7 replies)
... es spinal stenosis, which means "narrowing." Because these nerves innervate the spinal nerves that run to the legs, stenosis causes pain, feelings of heaviness, pain that radiates down the back of the leg, sometimes going into the foot. ... (5 replies)
... When I had the injection, they were able to flush it out of there when they squirted the steroids into the area. The pain didn't come back until the next time I had a disc herniation, which was much later in the future. ... (7 replies)
... buttocks, into the side of my leg side of my calf and then can at times go to my foot into my big toe. So definitely L5. ... (7 replies)

Associated Tags: arthritis, bursitis, disk herniation, spinal fusion, spinal stenosis

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