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... is not connected to the rest of the sacrum so it looks more like a lumbar vertebrae on the left side but right side looks like part of the sacrum, which it is suppossed to. I also have a disc between S1 and S2 which is not supposed to be there. ... (2 replies)
... Wow, I am so sorry to hear that. Can they fuse the ones that blew out or are they trying to have you just deal through the pain? It seems that is what is inevitable for me as well, hold off on fusion as long as I can, which is what I am hoping for. I have been dealing with the pain for over four months now. I know that it can only get worse though. Time only allows the... (13 replies)
... they call it a transitional vertebrae. Bone was on bone and everytime it moved it was chipping off bone and the bone was splintering in the spinal column. NICE. ... (13 replies)

... One thing for you to know is that the transitional vertebrae is very significant. It is a congenital birth defect called "bertolotti's syndrome". ... (9 replies)
... Wow, we are very close together in geography and symptoms it seems. I'm in Crowley, LA. I went to Dr. Deareajo in Lafayette, who is a neurosurgeon, and had a foraminatomy performed on my L-4/L-5 area back in June. I'm still having some recovery issues and am scheduled to have a SI joint injection on Sept. 6th. I hope that works, since I seem to be having more issues now... (9 replies)
... Okay...you and Baybreeze win!! You both will be my inspiration as I prepare for my surgery. I will do anything and everything my doc says -- I so desperately want the pain to end and be successful as my first fusion. Medical History: S1/S2 Posterior Fusion Feb. 8 1982 for transitional vertebrae & sciatica L5/S1 Laminectomy May 2006 for spinal stenosis and sciatica... (22 replies)
... Chris - I am so sorry. As briefly as I can, here is my story. I had a transitional vertebrae (born with two vertebrae sitting on top of one another with no disc) and had a fusion of s1/s2 at 17. I lived happily with no pain - lived a full life for 23 years than BAM here came the sciatica/hip pain. After trying the epidural injections, phyiscial therapy, and oral steroids... (9 replies)
... in 1982 from a transitional vertebrae. Born with 2 vertebrae without a disc in between them so it was bone on bone when I moved. ... (28 replies)
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Apr 17, 2007
... :wave: Rob and welcome to the board. You have found a great place to chat with others who are going thru similiar aches and pains but as your receive all this wonderful advice please remember that we are patients and not doctors. We all have been thru our share of pain and had a bunch of tests, xrays and some of us have had surgery once or twice. If you have any specific... (12 replies)
... ths was bending to put dishes in the dishwasher and had severe pain that took me to my knees. Called the surgeon and we went thru the mri which revealed the the vertebrae had slipped forward from instability. We tried a selective nerve block and more meds with no success. ... (8 replies)
... How did they determine that this was happening while you were walking, a certain type of xray? I have done xrays straight and bent, but not anything that simulates walking. My biggest pain is after I have walked a distance or walked on a concrete floor, or even standing for longer than 15 minutes. Did you ever try Lyrica for pain? I just started on it yesterday. It helps a... (33 replies)
... I don't know if this wil help you or not but in my case they said s1 vertebrae was laying directly on s2 vertebrae and they were moving splinter the bone and compressing the nerves every time I walked. ... (33 replies)
... I have had other epidurals and had the temporary increase in pain but this completely different. It is hard to explain...the pain is incredible and it does not go away. I have had the pain since September. I can tell you exactly where the spot is and it becomes very crampy in my case and hurts like h*ll. Here is my surgery info: 1982 Fusion without hardware s1/S2 for... (6 replies)
... s2 Fusion at 17 for transitional vertebrae. I was missing the disc in between two vertebraes. It was unstable so they had to fuse it. I had absolutely no problems until I turned 39. ... (27 replies)
... Please remember when I post this that I am not a doctor just another spinney like you. In 1982 at the age of 17, I had a fusion for a transitional vertebrae and was told that it mean't I had no disc in between the vertebrae so that my s1/s2 was rubbing and was unstable. Recently, I obtained this report and they also said that I had spinal bifida which my parents included... (4 replies)
... Do I sound that pitiful and depressed??? 1982 Fusion with bone from hip s1/s2 for transitional vertebrae (no disc between vertebrae), no hardware **************PAIN FREE UNTIL 2003**************** Being the stupid individual that I was, I did a catwalk. All fours on the floor, back facing the ground, back arched, walked cross the floor except this nut did not make... (11 replies)
Quick question
Jun 12, 2013
... of the population there is a situation that occurs during the formation of the fetus that can result in what appears to be an extra vertebra...and it is called a transitional vertebra. ... (6 replies)
... s2 spinal fusion without hardware at the bright young age of 17 for a transitional vertebrae. ... (13 replies)
... s2 for a transitional vertebrae. All was fine and dandy until 2003 when I had the dominio effect come into play along with spinal stenosis and bone spurs. ... (5 replies)
... s2 fusion for a transitional vertebrae at the age of 18 in 1982 and had absolutely no problems until 3 years ago when I injured my back playing with the kiddos. ... (10 replies)


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