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Re: Help :(
Oct 15, 2004
[COLOR=Indigo][CENTER][B]Hello Dee :wave: [/B] [/CENTER]

[INDENT]Gosh, you are going through so much. I also have to wait until the end of next month for my appointment. I also have Fibromyalgia, and was diagnosed with this last February. But I am still not sure if this was the correct diagnosis. Anyway I don't want to scare you but after reading your post about the sensation's you had over the weekend, it made me think of a syndrome that I had heard of. The name of it is, Cauda Equina Syndrome. I am not saying that you have this, because you stated that most of your back pain was the upper back right... I remember reading about this syndrome and it did have some of your sensation's in it's first stages, but usually back pain did start this, at least that is what I remember. I have suffered for many years with back pain and have read many articles. I pray that you don't have this.

I do understand exactly were you are coming from with it being one thing after another. I will keep you in my prayer's. [/INDENT]

[CENTER][B] :angel: Jeanne :angel: [/B] [/CENTER] [/COLOR]
Posterolateral Fusion & Infuse with Laminectomy on L4,L5,S1 June 2003
Instrumentation = 2 Rods, 6 Screws, 2 Disc Spacers
[U]Lumbar MRI 1/20/04[/U]
Encasement of the thecal sac at L4-5 level by enchancing soft tissue, consistent with epidural fibrosis.
Displacement of the left S1 nerve root, epidural fibrosis.
[U]Lumbar Myelogram 2/26/04[/U]
L4-5 non-specific soft tissue is noted in the dorsal & ventral epidural space.
L5-S1, there is non-specific soft tissue noted in the ventral epidural space slightly displacing the dural sac posteriorly.
[U]EMG 9/13/04[/U]
Distal Peroneal Neuropathy Bilaterally
Bilateral L4-L5 Radiculopathy
Straightening of the Normal Cervical Lordosis.
Mild Congenital Narrowing of the Spinal Canal.
C4-5, C5-6, C6-7 Herniated Discs
C4-5 & C5-6 , Cord Flattening at these levels.

[B]Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Bursitis, Tendonitis, Diabetes,
Anemia, Asthma, Acid Reflux, Migraine's[/B][/COLOR]

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