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Hi all! I am 39 years old but if what I am reading correctly sounds like I have a neck like a 90 year old. Oh btw I already had injections in my lower back and in my neck. No help! In extreme pain and can not take any anti inflammatory's due to High Risk of Ulcers. Also had a full body bone scan and arthritis was detected in hips knees, hands and feet. I am being made to believe that the pain is all in my head and that I have fibromyagia! I need help it hurts so bad and my lower back is just as bad. These big words I am lost. Appreciate any help with this. Can a person have this much stuff looks like something is wrong and not be in pain? Thank you i n advance for your time and consideration.

MRI:

intervetebral discs: Disc degeneration and disc space narrowing at c5-C6 with edematous degenerative endplate marrow change.

Individual Disc levels:
c2-c3 mild left uncovertebral hypertrophy. No sign. narrowing of the central canal or neural foramina.

c3-c4 mild disc bulging with bilateral uncovertebral hypertrophy. Mild narrowing of the right neural foramen.

c4-c5: disc bulging with left greater than right uncovertebral hypertrophy, and possibly a small associated left paracentral disc protrusion. Mild narrowing on the central canal with indentation of the left ventral cord, as well as mild right and moderate left neural foraminal narrowing.

c5-c6 disc bulging and endplate spurring with billateral incovertebral hypertrophy. Mild narrowing of the ventral canal as well as moderate to severe right and moderate left neural foraminal narrowing.

c6-c7 small central disc protrusion. No significant narrowing of the central or neural foramina.

c7-t1: no sign. disc bulge or herniation.





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