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... me nauseus and still only takes the edge off of the pain. I can't see getting sick when the med doesn't really do alot to help. My hubby wants me to see about a nerve block or steriod injections that a PT told him about. I am petrified of having more damage done to the nerves and more pain! ... (9 replies)
... I've seen some of your postings recently and wanted to ask you about the S1 nerve root problem. ... (0 replies)
... el are still relevant, and given the amount of stress that has been put on your husband's spine since then, I would think they'd want to know if there is further damage before proceeding with a "diagnosis" and plan of treatment. ... (11 replies)

... surgeon told me that I had permanent nerve damage. Decided to tryan injection which has eliminated pain for two months now!!! My point...try it!! It is worth a try and may eliminate inflammation .. ... (6 replies)
Apr 4, 2017
... is bulging but is not creating any nerve compression. ... (2 replies)
... and the doctor told me there was severe damage to the L5 nerve root which is causing the weakness. ... (0 replies)
... S1 nerve root compression from a almost completely ruptured disc. I had ESI's 3 times, took numerous step down steriods over and over, PT, TENS Unit etc etc. ... (5 replies)
... S1 level indicates the "Intraforaminal disc component contacts the caudal aspect of the exiting L5 nerve root", along with lateral disc collapse. ... (12 replies)
... S1 level indicates the "Intraforaminal disc component contacts the caudal aspect of the exiting L5 nerve root", along with lateral disc collapse. ... (12 replies)
... S1 nerve root. I don't think there has to be visible nerve compression for there to be nerve irritation...but the fact that you are numb, and have radiculopathy indicates some nerve involvement, somehow!! ... (2 replies)
L5-S1 chronic pain
Jul 18, 2005
... Yes I have had one injection,it was nonsteroidal,they used a anesteshia to block the s1 nerve root. ... (2 replies)
... and my pain was completely gone for about 2 weeks or so...then it gradually started to return....and has returned worse then what it was... but mine is due to nerve damage of the S1 nerve root from having compression of that nerve to long before surgery.... ... (5 replies)
L5 S1 nerve damage
Sep 25, 2007
... The last surgery was on L5 S1. ... (13 replies)
... you might want to get pushy here, if the pain is coming from the disc and it is pressing on a nerve root the longer they wait to do something the more likely nerve damage will occur and become a long term problem. Are you seeing an orthropedic doc? ... (13 replies)
Back pain meds??
Aug 14, 2003
... Hi rlcb, You've had a rough time, haven't you? Tell me, how come they never saw how bad the other discs were b4 the op??? And if they knew they were bad why for heaven's sake didn't they do something with them all at once... if it is degeneration they USUALLY (I repeat usually) dont deteriorate from perfectly fine to the point of surgery (I am guessing an anterior fusion) in... (3 replies)
Buzzing in Back?
Aug 10, 2003
... Hi Mizcriz, I've had it in several areas from the neck to the feet. Can you tell me where the buzzes occur? Is it high up in the neck or about the level of the shoulderblades and happens when you tilt your head back? When it happens there it is a sign of cord impingement in the cervical region and needs attention (Lhermitte's phenomenom). When it's in other areas they... (4 replies)
... I feel for you 1nw, sometimes doctors are so infuriating. Perhaps he thought since there wasn't a problem between you that you would not need to seek a 2nd opinion but as you say, it isn't his body and I think you certainly need to have peace of mind before going ahead with such a big op. If you decide to go with him, just explain that it wasn't a question of his judgement, it... (15 replies)
... So no surgery needed. Meanwhile the nerve pain is still screeching at me. ... (0 replies)
... I'm 57yo and have had a L5/S1 as well as a L4L5 10 years apart. About 4 years ago I noticed a decrease in strength as well as muscle mass in my L leg. About a year ago, I went to both the neurosurgeon that performed my first surgery and a neurologist. The latter diagnosed me with peripheral neuropathy and B12 deficiency. The neurosurgeon ordered an MRI after which (didn't... (23 replies)
... S1 nerve root. I still have pain that is controllable with Lortab.. ... (7 replies)

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