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... I've had SIJ flare ups since an initial trauma 17 years ago. Takes the form of occasional pain with unilateral stiffness. ... (2 replies)
... Thank you for your response. I'm just confused because my MRI was normal and then they just stuck me with the pain killers and scheduled me for acupuncture. I have a feeling they have given up on finding the problem. ... (4 replies)
... I had few spinal fusions, have tons of hardware, etc. so kind of pro when it comes to spinal issues and symptoms. ... (4 replies)

... Do you know where your sciatic pain is coming from? ... (4 replies)
Leg And Groin Pain
Apr 26, 2007
... ing right after surgery also. I have had so many test. They still don't know what went wrong. Go see your doctor right away. Just to rule out CES or any other spinal problems. They thought it was the opiates I used. I was completely detoxed and still there. The pain radiates from the back into the front in the groin area. ... (9 replies)
... changing accident and that you are still suffering the results. ... (3 replies)
... At what levels are your degenerative disc disease and spinal stenosis? ... (3 replies)
... My first post here and it is more to vent than doctors have told me they cannot do anything for me, just treat pain, which SUCKS big time! ... (2 replies)
... water and are the cushions between the bones of the spine. ... (7 replies)
... On January 4th of this year I fell on an icy driveway and fractured my sacrum. Below is a timeline of events that had led to where I am today. ... (8 replies)
... It's not great to have a fracture but I think it is better than having the screw piercing a spinal nerve. Assuming the bone graft takes and you get a solid fusion, things should heal up nicely. ... (5 replies)
... Welcome to the board. This is a tricky question as many issues that originate in the back do not produce localized back pain. I had very bad sciatic pain running down my leg for over 3 years before I finally agreed to have surgery. I never had back pain. ... (2 replies)
... I think it is probably safe to say that the degenerative changes have not improved, and that there may be further degeneration going on. ... (4 replies)
... I have a couple thoughts on your posts, and they are somewhat random. First, it sounds like you need a different screen name as I would be surprised if there isn't another spine surgery in your future. ... (3 replies)
... I can tell you that I have pain in both hips, groin, and across my entire pelvic girdle. ... (3 replies)
... Our 22 year old son has signs of this already in neck and lumbar and so does our 33 year old daughter, but daughter isn't as bad as the boys. ... (9 replies)
... OK, now that you describe the appointment, it sounds like from the physical exam and neurologic tests that the doctor was able to surmise what is causing your pain. ... (13 replies)
... ience is a feeling such as you describe, in the hamstring area. This can go on, intermittently, for many months. If lucky, that is the end of it. It clears up and goes away. Or, the disc worsens and the person ends up with a MRI showing a bulging or ruptured disc. ... (7 replies)
... s which allow the spine to hold up the structure necessary to allow the body to move in an economical way. There are two lordotic curves, one in the lumbar area and another in the cervical area that curve inward. If it is too exaggerated, it is also known as a sway back. ... (3 replies)
... thank you for your prompt reply. I have 24 years of back pain history. ... (8 replies)

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