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... If you don't have any pain shooting down the leg, past the knee, then this pain can also be caused by the disc degeneration at L5/S1. Pain can be referred to other places. Referred pain isn't the same as radiating. It is pain that can be felt in other areas but the source of the pain is somewhere else. So, if you don't have pain shooting down your leg(sciatica) then it... (4 replies)
... Thanks. What I mean by sit bones pain is that I have pain when sitting. This pain is centered and radiates out from Ischael Tuberosities (sit bones) on both sides. I'm just wondering if this sitting pain is connected to the bulging disc? (4 replies)
... Im not sure what you mean by "sit bones" but it certainly can cause nerve pain. short version is the disc is bulging and torn, and the torn spot is pushing against the nerves on the right side at L5-S1 level, pushing it out of place. other than that the lumbar spine seems OK (4 replies)

... Yes, a spine specialist is the one to see to interpret your MRI results. ... (8 replies)
... I have been very busy the last few nights learning how to interpret an MRI. I popped my latest into the PC and voila! there are the images. But making sense of them isn't so easy. Loads of fun, though. ... (4 replies)
... I have never been told that I shouold interpret waiting to the next apt as meaning there was no finding. Does this make any sense to you? ... (31 replies)
... Below is a report from my MRI. All the dr said was I had a few herniated disks, but that 50% of the population has them. Some people don't have a problem. I just don't understand what all this means. Can anyone help interpret? Thx. Findings: No subluxation or evidence for an infiltrative process in the bone marrow. A round area of high T1, T2 signal in the L1... (0 replies)
... i had an emg done to id the foot drop (hey, thanks alot...the flapping my foot was making didn't signal anything to me), and i wore a brace for 2 months or so. (sorry for the sarcasm, but sometimes....) your dr would probably know best about the surgery bit. there are options for bulging/herniated discs that are non-op...i think the dr though would know which is best... (4 replies)
... just looking at it without looking up all the terminology, it looks like bulging discs (appears pretty mild to moderate). your biggest concern looks to be where you see "narrowing of the central canal", which is at the L2-3 and L5-S1 levels. you say you've been diagnosed with foot drop...i had that (superficial - peroneal nerve, which is the outside of the calf) 2 years... (4 replies)
... Any help out there? (4 replies)
... Findings: Surgical changes including at the lower spine are noted. Multi-level degenerative changes are identified including disc space narrowing and desiccation and end plate changes. Conus ends at approximately the L1 level. For purposes of this discussion, it is assumed that the lowest square/rectangular vertebral body on the sagittal images represent L5. At the... (4 replies)
... I am trying to interpret how to manage my treatments for this backpain. Does that mean that a chiropractor should ONLY twist me tot he RIGHT side . ... (0 replies)
... All of it seems pretty normal for a person your age BUT #5. The impingment on a nerve is NOT good. See a Neurologist and get an EMG and go from there. (2 replies)
... I'm 52, extremely fit and have had back pain for 36 years. Laid up in bed for days sometimes and other times functional to one degree or another. The pain has been constant for 10 years only varying in severity from 3-8 on a 10 scale. Take oxycontin several times a year when its 7 and above. Otherwise Darvocets 1-2 a day. I ride bikes,hike,spin, weight lift and do 700... (2 replies)
... I'm 52, extremely fit and have had back pain for 36 years. Laid up in bed for days sometimes and other times functional to one degree or another. The pain has been constant for 10 years only varying in severity from 3-8 on a 10 scale. Take oxycontin several times a year when its 7 and above. Otherwise Darvocets 1-2 a day. I ride bikes,hike,spin, weight lift and do 700... (16 replies)
... First, I would like to say that this is a very well thought out board. I can see that I will be visiting this site often. Thanks to the administration and moderators for making this site possible. I have some questions about my future surgery. Some history: Back pain and leg pain after lifting heavy equipment. X-rays showed nothing but stenosis. MRI showed bulged... (5 replies)




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