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... I've seen some of your postings recently and wanted to ask you about the S1 nerve root problem. ... (0 replies)
... marlosmom - not sure why my signature doesn't always show up. Do you see other people's signatures? Anyway, lol, here are my surgeries: 11/07 - Diagnosed acute & chronic S1 nerve root irritation 12/21/06 -360 PLIF L5-S1 with rods, screws, cages & BMP. 3/21/06 - L5-S1 fusion w/o instrumentation. 12/21/05 - Laminectomy/discectomy L5-S1. (37 replies)
... Circumferential disc bulge. Annular fissure contacting the traversing left S1 nerve root. Mild bilateral facet joint hypertrophy. ... (4 replies)

... and gives you the benefit of the steroid to reduce the nerve root irritation. Nerve root irritation commonly causes spasm of the back muscles on the affected side. The injections you have had in past are not really at the nerve root. ... (6 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)
... eruontin, he took me off it on tuesday because it was causing terrible headaches... and wasnt helping..... Had a Myelogram on Oct 20th... it says I dont have any nerve compression ..... ... (8 replies)
... You may have muscle spasms that are pulling your nerve root over onto bone or a disc bulge, herniation, or just nerve root irritation. As far as the MRI! ... (31 replies)
... My husband had a discectomy on his S1 8 months ago. ... (1 replies)
... My only hesitation is that I've had several steroid injections in the area of the sciatic nerve before, so don't want to overdo these, and I've found it's not a permanent fix to take the irritating pressure off this nerve. ... (6 replies)
... ion. I had my 3rd surgery of 2006 a month after you and my fusion did take and my back is stable. I no longer have that horrible back pain I had. However, the nerve damage and numbness is still there and has never gone away. An EMG in November indicated I have acute and chronic S1 nerve root irritation. ... (3 replies)
Nerve Pain ???
Jun 25, 2005
... Hi BOO I am scheduled for an emg in July-can you tell me if this HURTS ?? I am all nervous thinking about it...some say it hurts...and how long does it last ? also is your tingling, numbness pain there all of the time ? or just some of the time ? in other words does it come and go ?? like good days and bad pain sounds the same as yours... thanks GraN (5 replies)
Nerve Pain ???
Jun 24, 2005
... S1 does that mean nerve damage? ... (5 replies)
... S1 nerve root irritation and I was lying down when it was done! ... (11 replies)
... ld be a herniated disc, degenerative disc disease, or a tear in her disc. If the disc is bulging out it could be, and sounds like it is, compressing her sciatic nerve resulting in the leg pain. Which doctor is she seeing? ... (26 replies)
... Yes, the nerve root irritation from the bulging disc causes muscle spasm in the paraspinal muscles, which straightens the normal lordotic curve of lumbar spine, seen from the side. ... (4 replies)
... I had spondylolisthesis before my first fusion. It's not uncommon at all for a kid your daughter's age to have that. And her symptoms fit. It would however show up on an x ray. My fracture was clearly visible, as was the vertebrae slipping forward. It didn't however show my 2 disc problems, or it wasn't obvious enough for the radiologist to make a diagnosis on 2 of my... (26 replies)
... toes is drawn out clearly to see which nerve is possibly causing symptoms. ... (7 replies)
... Thank you so much for responding back, I have only been to my family doctor who basically sent me to a Neurologist. Which I go Jan 17th. She put me on work restrictions and my work does not accomadate them . so now i am on medical leave. Basically I am not allowed to lift anything greater than 10lbs, no bending, sharp turns ,squatting, kneeling, no sitting or standing longer... (8 replies)
... one at each level on each side where the nerve roots "peel" off and go out to the areas of your body that they serve. ... (8 replies)
... ldge, right para foraminal bilateral annular tear. Bilateral facet joint hyperthropy noted. Mild narrowing of the neural exit foramina bilaterally with potential irritation on exiting L4 nerve root weight bearing. ... (2 replies)

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