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... diagonosed me...then I had to find a DR. who specialized in this type of surgery...and again more tests...but that was ok...cause they finally found out what the problem was... ... (9 replies)
... Spine MD then asked ME where I wanted to try next. ESI or sacral injection to find the source of my pain. I did not go back. ... (15 replies)
... seeker," etc., but I wouldn't think that would be a problem in a population that has served in a combat area.... ... (16 replies)

... Michelle is correct. Your MRI report indicates that your disc located between the last lumbar vertebra and first sacral vertebra is herniated, and it is worse on the right side, with "significant narrowing of the right neural exit foramen. ... (3 replies)
... It can include facet arthritis, disc disease and degeneration and stenosis. ... (15 replies)
... th areas. The physical therapist feels a problem in the piriformis, probably where it is attached near the hip, but he cannot see what also is going on with the disc between the lumbar 5 and first sacral vertebra. ... (8 replies)
... I have one of those nasty disc tears and SI joint issues. ... (6 replies)
... S1 with loss of disc signal and disc height. ... (0 replies)
... down, sometimes it doesn't and it's painful. Obviously there's the stenosis but the retro is most definitely compressing those nerves in my back. I have had bad sacral pain as stated above which could be the result of retro and a herniated disc in that region. ... (10 replies)
... It is entirely possible that you have a lower lumbar disc problem, or something similar that is causing the pain you are feeling in the hip area, the piriformis and sacral area. ... (4 replies)
... joint. It connects the sacral portion of you extreme lower back to your pelvis. That's our Biology lesson for today! ... (9 replies)
... Some of your pain with sitting could be caused by your disc problems, etc. That may be contributing to those muscles going into spasm. ... (15 replies)
... I think this is what's wrong with me. I was freaking out thinking it was a disc problem. ... (9 replies)
... spondylolisthesis was tingling in feer along with a problem with my middle toes drawing up and cramping. Because it was in both feet, it was diagnosed as being a neuropathy. ... (8 replies)
... It's possible if you have a disc problem that an ESI might help, but those are also very expensive... ... (15 replies)
... all worse on the right. Now it is to the point where I cannot sit, stand, walk, for very long, and I have perineal spasms that come on when I lie flat against sacral area or sit too long. ... (9 replies)
... The sacral vertebrae are not individual bones but are "fused" together and as a result, there is no movement in the sacral area. ... (2 replies)
... A transitional vertebrae is either a sacralized lumbar vertebrae or a lumbarized sacral vertebrae. ... (33 replies)
... re in the area of the lower back. There are five lumbar vertebrae, known as L1 through L5, with L1 being above L2, L2 being above L3, and so on. Below L5 are the sacral vertebrae. There are five sacral vertebrae, known as S1 through S5, with S1 being above S2, S2 being above S3, and so on. ... (8 replies)
... bra usually, meaning it should have been one type, but is actually another. Another term that has been used for this is Bertolotti's Syndrome. In my case, it's a sacral vertebra that developed as a lumbar vertebra . . . sort of. It's half lumbar, half sacral and the sacral half is unfused. ... (9 replies)


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