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... When you have one vertebrae sitting on the other, essentially most of the disc material is out of where it should be and can't be moved back into the space. ... (26 replies)
... Its been awhile since I last posted to the board, so I thought I would update on everything.... ... (3 replies)
... oard. You ask many good questions. I will try to answer them. The main thing that distinguishes your issue from the typical herniation is the potential of the disc fragment...but I don't believe that changes how you would approach treatment or even your thinking on whether you should have surgery. ... (4 replies)

... or disc replacement. You are bone on bone which is effecting all levels above and below by a void at that level, not to mention the pain from having lost all that disc height there. ... (6 replies)
... for several weeks and perhaps months, depehding on how your surgeon decides to perform your fusion. ... (5 replies)
... I have DDD. In Feb. 2011 I had a disc rupture and needed laminectomy discectomy to remove the ruptured disc. ... (5 replies)
... in 1982 from a transitional vertebrae. Born with 2 vertebrae without a disc in between them so it was bone on bone when I moved. ... (28 replies)
... L5 disc had a huge reherniation. The condition of both discs was making my spine very unstable, and causing severe nerve compression. ... (9 replies)
... Decrease in bone density. ... (20 replies)
L5/S1 bone on bone
May 14, 2010
... S1 multiple bulges above, some nerve cord compression. The cervical also has more bulges, thoractic too. I'm afraid if I get the fusion on the lumbar the thoractic will take more stress? ... (5 replies)
... S1 LASER Discectomy and a Foraminotomy. Before the operation my disc had degenerated to the point where I was bone to bone. ... (3 replies)
... Welcome to the boards, but I'm sorry you have the pain that brought you our way. Congrats on being off the alcohol for 17 years. That's a great accomplishment! ... (3 replies)
... er my discectomy just plain wore it out. I had been lifting weights, I had 2 children in 2003 and 2006, and started cycling a lot in 2010, so I ended up with no disc left. ... (28 replies)
Mar 8, 2012
... What typically occurs is that the degenerative changes continue as you continue to age. If there is a loss of disc height, eventually you may have a situation where the disc can no longer provide a cushion between the vertebrae, and you end up with a bone on bone situation. ... (1 replies)
... shrunk, even more so when compression has also helped the disc to "bulge" in assorted directions. ... (11 replies)
... L5 on 12 Feb. 07. ... (17 replies)
Mar 10, 2012
... Are you referring to disc degeneration at L5-S1? (10 replies)
... Hi Tony. I remember you. There is nothing wrong with calling them and asking them to move up your appointment if they can, and if not, put you on a will call list for cancellations between now and your scheduled appointment. ... (3 replies)
... inch long. Doctors said there was sufficient disc left. ... (3 replies)
... Sometimes a disc continues to reherniate. There is a limited number of times the surgeon can remove parts of the disc until little disc is left. Then the patient is left with a "bone on bone" situation which can be very painful. ... (1 replies)

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