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New here and hello
Jan 26, 2004
... Hi everyone, thanks for replying. It is nice to know you're not alone- but sad to know so many people suffer. The info i have got from reading all your messages has been really useful. I have started doing the exercises "successtory" recommended in an earlier message - hope they help. I also have problems with my neck/shoulder with weakness down my left arm. I go back to... (4 replies)
... previously noted "compression by the adjacent left L5 screw" is not evident. ... (31 replies)
... she did it but advised she wouldn't continue. Throughout entire chiro treatment, chiropractor says L5 continues to lock sideways. sometimes it will pop in place, and sometimes will go weeks before it does. ... (21 replies)

... Hello everyone, Just returned from the doctor today with still no answer to why my lower back is hurting so bad.(This has been going on for about 5 years) I have trouble standing after about 5 minutes on my feet. I took all of my copies of the doctor's notes with me this time and made notes on them after looking up some of the findings that he had listed from the last time.... (2 replies)
... Hi All. I am new to the boards. I have had lower back pain since about October 2014. Long story short, I was sent to a pain management doctor who did an MRI in January. Showed DDD in L3 & L4 and a herniated disc at L5-S1. After epidurals did not help, I was referred to a surgeon. He requested that I get a discogram so he could identify which discs were causing my pain. The... (4 replies)
... and bilateral L4 and L5 pedicle screws. ... (31 replies)
... I had an MRI 3 years ago and all that showed was 2 bulging disks & 1 Herniated. My pain has become worse so my PCP wanted another MRI. I have an appointment with a neurosurgeon the middle of next month. Here is what MRI showed L4-L5: There is advanced degenerative endplate changes modie 2 changes. There is decreased disk height & disk desiccation. There is focal... (8 replies)
Failed Surgery!
Sep 5, 2010
... >>>>> Hi bogey....sorry I haven't gotten back here sooner. I want to answer your question about my surgery....I've had 6 procedures on my lumbar, including 3 fused discs, a fused vertabrae, bone spur removal and 2 laminectomies,,,,,,,,,,,the lami's led to the first fusion at L5-S1. I don't know why your dr. is blowing you off, but if I were you I would be looking for... (18 replies)
... Multilevel Spondylosis with broad based Disc bulges detailed above and no definate neutral impingment. ... (10 replies)
... S1, with encroachment upon the left L5 root,and encroachment upon the intra foraminal portion of the right L5 root. ... (8 replies)
... Multilevel spondylosis throughout the thoracic and lumbar spine. 2. ... (3 replies)
... There is evidence of mild, moderate and sever degenrative disc disease and spondylosis respectively L3 through S1. ... (0 replies)
Failed Surgery!
Sep 5, 2010
... My doctor's test results: There are no changes compared to the May study. No indications for additional surgery. I have recommended treating his symptoms for now. Flexeril has not worked in the past and he can use skelaxin and darvocet and we will call him in a medrol dosepak as well. We will do a phone followup visit in four weeks. I told him that he may need to retire and... (18 replies)
Need your help
Nov 21, 2005
... S1 with some small marginal osteophytes and reactive sclerosis in the inferior aspect of the L5 vertebral body anteriorly. There are no unusual paraspinal masses or fluid collections. There is normal marrow signal. ... (4 replies)
... Tenderness to palpation at T6, T7, L5 and the right and left SI. ... (1 replies)
... Patient is 20 years old female seen in the Clinic for debilitating back pain. This was referable to an L5 fracture which was treated at an outside institution with segmental stabilization. The fracture itself appears to have healed. ... (3 replies)
... Dear Doctors, Please help me. I am 58 years old women. I recently done the MRI for back and spin. I am not able to sit, stand or lie down. There is the diagnosis. Please advise speciality of the doctor to see. How to manage with pain? How to ensure that the pain does not increase. I am 238 lbs. LUMBAR SPINE MRI 1 five non-rib bearing lumbar type vertebral bodies... (3 replies)
... While it looks like there are many issues, you will note that many of them are described as "mild." In the language of the MRI report, there are standardized adjectives that are used to describe "how bad" a particular issue is. The words used are minimal, mild, moderate and severe. Doctors tend to ignore the first two categories. They are worth noting on a report as the... (2 replies)
... i had a mri done for my back and it does nt make any sense to me amd i ct get my dr to tell me what is going on i gt sent to pain management and surgeons but sill have nt heard anything. my results say the impression: 1.prostarior right central extrusion type disc l5-s1 w right central caudrial migration of a moderate to larger amount of va extruded disc material to the... (1 replies)
What to do?
Aug 2, 2011
... nearly exiting intrathecal L5 nerve roots. ... (1 replies)

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