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Question?
Oct 13, 2004
... Have that checked. When I tore my ligament, it was painful from my lower back, to my dimple on my butt cheek, my hip, and around to my groin. It was supposed to heal in 18 months but didn't so I had Prolotherapy. ... (4 replies)
... d that he saw them on the first MRI. I was sent for a second MRI. They didn't indicate to the person taking the MRI that it was to be of the SI, and not just the lower spine, and they didn't get the correct pics. So, I was scheduled for a third MRI. I was not about to pay for another one. MRI's was very area specific. ... (12 replies)
Post Op MRI
Oct 21, 2004
... I'm actually very much looking forward to getting back into the pool. ... (17 replies)

... from the side. You have the joints at the top and bottom where they connect with the other vertebra. But you also have other joints. the facet joints are off the back of the vertebra and act as stabilizers for twisting type motions. ... (7 replies)
... I'm not sure how I should handle this. I have had back issues off and on since around 18 yrs. I am now 52 and started having lower left adominal pain which has become fairly severe off and on. ... (5 replies)
... My back hurts all the time and was sent for an MRI.Can anybody tell me what this means. ... (2 replies)
... kidney infection to appendix to cyst on ovaries and finally decided perhaps it was a pinched nerve and sent me to PT. ... (3 replies)
... filled sacs that most often affect nerve roots at the lower end of the spine. Such cysts typically cause no symptoms and are found incidentally on MRIs done for other reasons. ... (7 replies)
Doctor doubletalk
Feb 20, 2009
... There is a small fluid filled cyst near one of the facet joints. The facet joints are on the back of the vertebrae and far away from your spinal canal. ... (8 replies)
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... Low back pain. Status post prior surgery. ... (40 replies)
... sometimes my lower abdomen feels weak too. I cannot sleep in the bed or lie flat because it is too painful so I have been sleeping in a chair. ... (18 replies)
... s a pinched nerve creating sciatica from a disc. My physical therapist agrees that it's a pinched nerve, from a physical examination of my whole body he says my lower spine lumbar area is sticking out a lot farther than normal. Also he said my right buttocks is becoming atrophied. ... (16 replies)
Hi everyone
Oct 11, 2011
... ok at a dermatome chart or map, you will see that the spinal nerves, which carry signals of sensation and movement, radiate out from the spine to the limbs. The lower lumbar nerves carry signals through the pelvic area and buttocks, down the leg and into the foot and toes. ... (3 replies)
... t control my bladder and bowels and was screaming in pain for someone to help me. I was rushed into hospital where I had an MRI scan and found to have a Synovial Cyst in my lower lumber spine and was rushed down to theatre where it was removed and the pain went away instantly in my legs. ... (0 replies)
... t control my bladder and bowels and was screaming in pain for someone to help me. I was rushed into hospital where I had an MRI scan and found to have a Synovial Cyst in my lower lumber spine and was rushed down to theatre where it was removed and the pain went away instantly in my legs. ... (0 replies)
... An example which I mentioned in an earlier post, was that they did a pelvic mri on me and they found a large cyst on one of my ovaries. ... (8 replies)
... great guy, but hard to get into see. I only got in because of the fact that I had a cyst that might burst at any moment and cause serious and permanent damage. I then was hit from behind in an auto accident 9 mo. later. ... (2 replies)
... Symptoms are chronic progressive paresthesia that started in big toe of one foot, spread to both feet, up legs and settling in lower spine. ... (4 replies)
... Your issues back in 2007 were caused by some degenerative changes...and that degeneration has continued on and is causing more severe stenosis and resulting nerve compression. ... (1 replies)




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