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... Monday about that. Cord flattening is the scary part and I have been reading about C spine symptoms of which I have many. I do wonder if this has something to do with the leg issue as well. ... (11 replies)
... Welcome to the board. Usually anything in the lumbar spine is not dangerous. The actual spinal cord terminates around the Lumbar 1 level on most people. ... (11 replies)
... pinal stenosis is a medical condition in which the spinal canal narrows and compresses the spinal cord and nerves. This is usually due to the common occurrence of spinal degeneration that occurs with aging. ... (1 replies)

... ray only reveals a part of the spinal structure. MRI is better to show any disc damage, and in general, the soft tissue and nerves. ... (2 replies)
... I have also been told I have Spinal Stenosis as part of my issues. I've already had 3 back surgeries and am only 33. ... (3 replies)
... even though I am on gabapentin and it supposedly helps with that. ... (10 replies)
... the symptoms of cauda equina syndrome. Whenever someone has issues at the lower lumbar area, there is always the possibility that the nerves that innervate the bladder and bowel are being compressed. Be sure to mention this when you see the spine surgeon. ... (10 replies)
... I hope it helps you out in your decision on what needs to be done. Listen to your body, it will tell you what it needs. I think you can have a surgeon go in with a needle and remove the cyst but they say removal of cyst and fusion. hmmm... ... (5 replies)
... the central canal and in the neural foramina. The foramen is an opening between the vertebrae through which a spinal nerve root exits the spine to go out to the part of the body it innervates. When either of these areas gets blocked up, it puts pressure on a spinal nerve. ... (3 replies)
... Probably not. You would need to have severe central canal stenosis in order for the spinal nerves to be sufficiently compressed to cause bladder or bowel issues. The symptoms come on very suddenly and are usually more along the lines of incontinence. ... (2 replies)
... laminectomy in March, 1993. I, too, have DDD and spinal stenosis. In fact, about 14 of my spinal disks are degenerating. I am a 55 year old woman who did a great deal of lifting over the years. ... (8 replies)
... Since you have nine months, I think you should use this to your advantage and research all of your alternatives to spinal fusion. Also, read up on posts, past and present on people who have had spinal fusions and the other treatments you described. ... (13 replies)
... recommended orthopedic surgeon. Had x rays, mris and then surgery in 05. They thought my bladder problem was from nerves in my back...come to find out I have spondylolithesis and spinal stenosis and STILL no bladder relief. Now the dr. wants to put rods in. ... (17 replies)
... know we in the US rush into surgery much sooner than in any other country in the world. We operate on a herniated disc whereas in every other country, they deal with it through therapy and letting nature run its course. I can understand the reasons for that...but in your case, I do not know what an alternative is to surgery. ... (3 replies)
... for me. However, my spine is a disaster! I have 14 degenerating disks. I am on opiate medications for my pain. However, it all depends on your pain level and spinal condition. Also, if you have disk problems, it can depend upon how deep your nerves imbed a degenerating disk. ... (5 replies)
... I wanted to know if anyone can give me some advice on my health issue. My lumbar mri says that I have an annular tear and disc herniation at l5 s1. I have mild spinal stenosis and degenerative disease at l4 l5. In my sacrum, I have significant damage to the s5 nerve and minor damage to the s4 nerve. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you. I begged to have the MRI done because of the pain from the lower back through the butt, hips, and down the legs, and all the other myriad of symptoms I was having. I thought what showed up on the lower lumbar explained the pain. Perhaps not if most do not feel it. The MRI was clear about disc dessication from L4-S1, but it's mild. It's the C spine that's a bit of a ... (11 replies)
... y beginning the process of urinating or defecating. CES is one of the few issues in the lumbar spine that is considered a medical emergency...so become familiar with the symptoms and call your doctor if there are any problems. ... (11 replies)
... Hello there ! I started with just leaking, jumped from pads to diapers. I can't tell when I have to go, when I do go, there's not much. I've been on all kinds of meds and none work. ... (17 replies)
... I have had an mri and mylogram with a ct and my doctor has recommended surgery and I keep putting it off because of many negative results that Ive heard. ... (4 replies)




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