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... 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)
... I recently had a Lumbar Spine MRI due to pain and swelling in my right leg. ... (0 replies)

... Hello Teteri66, thank you so much for your insights and fast response. I like to be operated by a top notch surgeon at UCSF knowing I will be in good hand but it's a long wait. I have seen Dr. Ravi twice, august 2016 and dec 2016. His treatment plan didn't change - Posterolateral lumber fusion on L4-5. He is very personable and has more openings for surgery date and... (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)
... hello this is an update to my old thread http://www.healthboards.com/boards/back-problems/1018278-grade-1-spondylolisthesis-l4-l5-doctor-suggests-2-level-fusion.html I have new XRays done on 12/27/16 and here are the reports: XR Lumber Spine flexion/extension 2/3 views: FINDINGS: The vertebral body heights are maintained. Anterolisthesis of L4 on L5 approximately... (6 replies)
... I am in pain of various degrees all of the time, day and night. ... (18 replies)
MRI Lumbar Spine
May 11, 2017
... e instructions and illustrations rather than spending a lot of time and money going to appointments with a Physio. The program is designed to gradually move the pain up from the leg into the lower back and eventually, to relieve it entirely as the disc heals. ... (3 replies)
MRI Lumbar Spine
May 11, 2017
... Hi teteri66. Many many thanks for your reply and extensive knowledge. Yes, I do have pain running down my leg which does reduce me to tears at times. I feel like I am walking with a limp. I am such a fan of keeping fit and unable to do anything at all with this injury. ... (3 replies)
MRI Lumbar Spine
May 10, 2017
... Hello and welcome to the board. Do you have pain running down the back of the leg? ... (3 replies)
... may still not be fixed even with surgery. It is weird because the MRI showes the whole space where the nerves run, has my disc in it,it looks like I should have pain down both sides but all of my pain is on the left side and leg it is really crazy. ... (18 replies)
... ment this Thursday with the surgeon. I am on a low dose of methadone. I've been in a methadone treatment center for a year now. I had a problem with prescription pain killers and here I am needing them once again. ... (18 replies)
... made it worse. Something that I found helps is to do something with my hands. In my case it is knitting. It takes my mind off the pain and helps me to relax and feel less anxious. I also get satisfaction and a sense of achievement from making something myself. ... (4 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)
... isc bulge that is causing the nerve compression in the foraminal openings. The stenosis on the right is more significant and is most likely causing the radicular pain you are experiencing in your right leg. Does it stop at the knee or run down into your foot? ... (7 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/s1
Apr 4, 2017
... Welcome to the board. I just read your other post on the foot and ankle board and want to assure you it is not unusual to have foot and leg pain without back pain. My first inkling of what was to come were toe cramps, then tingling in the foot. ... (2 replies)


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