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... upper thoracic area and lumbar regions. ... (9 replies)
... L5 and have been suffering for the last 4 years with constant pain down my right leg. I just got my second MRI report. Can anyone help in translating this to english. I went to a Accupuncturist today and now am feeling worse than when I walked in. ... (1 replies)
... on the board are not doctors, but share information based on our experiences. Please keep that in mind as you read! Try not to freak out over them checking you for MS. I don't know what symptoms you are having that sent you to the doctor... ... (8 replies)

... lbs., with total of 4 back surgeries, 2 lumbar and 2 cervical, but at just 2 levels. ... (7 replies)
... I feel like I am one big "tingle", as when my pain pills wear off, I, too, get the tingling sensation. ... (5 replies)
... sitting.. The findings were grade 4 DDD and posterior disc protrusion.. This is my 3rd MRI and the first 2 showed only age related issues.. ... (4 replies)
... he fact that there is not a direct supply of blood and nutrients to replenish what is there, there is nothing we can do to puff them back up. Given that we walk upright on two legs and must contend with the pressure of gravity pushing down, the discs begin the aging process early ...in the 20s for most people! ... (5 replies)
... I was a delivery driver for an HVAC wholesaler and hurt my back unloading a box out of the back of my truck. The box was loaded to about 120lbs. ... (0 replies)
... My spine is compressed downward and I just had an MRI which they say is just fine! ... (8 replies)
... Thanks for your reply.. ... (4 replies)
... there are many possibilities as to what might be causing your spasms and pain. However, if you've been dealing with it mildly for 10 years and now it seems to be getting worse, you really should see a doctor. ... (4 replies)
... They absorb some of the effects of gravity pushing down on the body as we walk upright on two feet, and, along with adjoining facet joints, allow the spine to bend and twist. ... (4 replies)
... Hello I'm 54 year old with left sciatica. My medical history is charged with 2 medications for arterial hypertension, 30u lantus daily plus glucophage for diabetes and flecainide for intermittent atrial fibrillation. I had an angioplasty with stent about five years ago. ... (0 replies)
... you usually do not feel the pain right off after hurting your back...it sometimes takes a day or two....or a few days longer. when i first hurt my back, i didnt even know it. ... (14 replies)
Lumbar disc pain
Jan 13, 2014
... I'm a 34 year old former collegiate basketball player. My senior year of college I had a low back pain episode that had me sidelined for a month. MRI was inconclusive and I was able to return to my sport. Over the last 12 years I've had sporadic back pain that, with rest, always subsided. ... (0 replies)
... I finally recieved a MRI last week and recieved the results last week as well... So far I have not recieved much help from any of the doctors down here... ... (14 replies)
... ddd and had surgery for lumbar stenosis last Sept. ... (17 replies)
... Has anyone undergone surgery for spinal stenosis, a bulging lumbar disk, or removal of bone spurs? ... (1 replies)
... Can you identify where the pain is originating? ... (4 replies)
... facet hypertrophy means that the facet joint is thickened, and that comes from pressure, wear and tear of the facet joint. This can be painful for some. ... (6 replies)




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