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... fluid collected, then had to have it aspirated 2 weeks after coming home. There was quite a lot of pressure. I'm finding that the swelling is continuing to come back if I engage back muscles at all. ... (5 replies)
... rays don't give a clear picture of spine problems and that MRI or CT scans are better. ... (10 replies)
... Getting the MRI where the current spine surgeon has some control is a great idea. There is a great deal of variance from place to place. ... (5 replies)

... you might also look into a Standing MRI sometimes they are able to show more than a normal on your back MRI. ... (2 replies)
... I see there's a lot of people in this group who have gone through a lot and know a lot about back problems, so i thought I'd ask a couple of questions. I would really appreciate ANY input, comments or opinions whatever they are. ... (3 replies)
... I have LONG standing back issues. Was injured in high school when in gymnastics. ... (6 replies)
... My numbness, tingling, burning sensations have really increased. I have it continuously somewhere in my body at all times. I have trouble standing for more than 20 minutes without tingling, numbness or burning. Not to mention the back pain and hip. ... (15 replies)
... ars before having my first surgery and things wouldn't have been so bad. I'm not too sure what the answer is to this but I guess a good start would be to have a standing up MRI. I never had this option but I believe that some people on the board have. ... (3 replies)
... tingling from my buttocks down back of my legs may be both legs or intemittent from either legs and burning feet. I can't do prolonged standing or walking without my feet developing burning pain. ... (1 replies)
... The number of images varies depending on what the physician has ordered, whether you have it done with and without contrast, etc. Just for your information, standing and sitting are not comparable. ... (23 replies)
... Hi all, new guy here after seeing the doc today to discuss MRI results. I think I need a second opinion because he said there's no way to fix this. ... (9 replies)
... This is my 1st post to the board. I am so glad I found this place. I have back pain that radiates down one leg and causes pain in my thighs and butt. I kind of feel like this will be a permanent part of my life. ... (21 replies)
... Im 32 and I have been suffering from lower back pain since about 2003. I first found out that I had a herniated disc in 2003 via a MRI. ... (8 replies)
... There are programs that help out on a sliding scale. If you think that it is work related you can file a OWCP claim and it will pay for the MRI. It sounds like standing on your feet for hours at a time may be a factor. Do you do stretches inbetween standing? ... (5 replies)
... About two years ago I developed left sciatica. These symptoms were virtually only when I am Standing and used to occur about five minutes of upright posture. If I walkI "loose" my left leg after I walk for about 5 minutes. ... (0 replies)
... calf numbness when standing and walking and in some positions, sitting. Somtimes back pains, sometimes not. ... (8 replies)
... Sounds like you need a second opinion. Take your MRI to another doctor. Call your OWCP worker and tell them that you want to change doctors. Follow this up with the correct form in writing. ... (9 replies)
... i was in a car accident December 13 2012. It was a 3 car accident, we were still but it by a car going very high speed. almost immediately my lower back started hurting. i declined the ambulance, but my fiance picked me up and took me to the hospital straight from there. ... (6 replies)
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... That's interesting. I never knew they could do a MRI while sitting or standing. I have always wondered if the standard lying on your back position was masking a problem that couldn't be seen. A neurosurgeon seems like a good place to look into. ... (7 replies)


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