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... just exactly what ARE your C and L symptoms and do you actually have your own copy of the MRI? ... (2 replies)
... Do a little research on RSD or the newer name,complex regional pain syndrome.this really does sound like what may be going on.i have this in my knee.it is triggered by some sort of damage to or just affectation of the sympathetic nervous system.the SNS chain actually runs down along both sides,on the outside of the actual spinal column,so it is rather vulnerable to a possible... (3 replies)
... lain old muscle issues.there appears to most definitely be some level of crainial nerve involvement going on in either the facial area itself,but most likely the c spine area. ... (9 replies)

... this does sound like it is probaly in all likelyhood,stemming from the lower part of your c spine.the ulnar nerve IS the c 8 nerve at the very end ofyour c spine right before the T spine begins,tho you do not actually have a c 8 vertebrae,you DO have a c 8 nerve. ... (5 replies)
Ulnar neuropathy
May 10, 2006
... This could possibly not be just the ulnar issue going on but this could be stemming from a problem stemming from the c spine area instead. ... (2 replies)
Ulnar neuropathy
Dec 5, 2007
... playsharp,have you ever had an actual c spine MRI to see just where this nerve is actually being compromised at? ... (5 replies)
Ulnar neuropathy
Nov 21, 2007
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Ulnar neuropathy
Nov 21, 2007
... ain that the finger pain is actually stemming from something lower down like the wrist or elbow area and not actually stemming from a very real issue within your c spine. ... (5 replies)
... believe me, i can totally relate to what you are going thru here.the MRI you had apepars to have been a while ago,on your c spine? ... (9 replies)
... this could be an actual spinal issue and it doesn't actually have to be a low back type,it can also be stemming from way up in the c spine area,trust me on that. ... (3 replies)
... When I don't get enough sleep, I feel "empty", and my neuropathy is at all time high. ... (11 replies)
... I was referred by my doctor to a neurologist who examined me and sent me for an MRI of C Spine for which I am awaiting the results. However from all the reading I have done I cannot see how an issue with the C spine could explain all the symptoms above. ... (2 replies)
... followed by a terrible car accident hurt my C spine bad PT for 2 yrs. No surgery though they said to Young back then though No impingements sp? ... (24 replies)
... but NOT in my hands...I am freaking out literally....the new neuro did 7 viles of blood checking all auto immune things had it done yesterday and had a Mri of my C spine. He said what I have is either in my Blood for in my C spine. so...I wait... ... (24 replies)
... at least that very important MRI will be done. i do hope,just as a precaution and since you will already just be in there that she is planning on doing the full spine and not just the c and upper t that kind of comes together when you do just the c spine? ... (6 replies)
... jim has some excellent advice as far as your c spine possibly causing a problem for you.you could also have some problems in the lower extremities that could be stemming from the c spine. ... (7 replies)
... I had c-spine surgery a year ago. I didn't start feeling anything until about a month ago. I get little surges throughout my body. It can be anywhere from my hands, feet, arms, thigh... They are not really painful, just annoying. They can last from 5 to 15 seconds. I am not sure what to think. It drives me crazy when I am sitting around and I start to notice them. I... (2 replies)
Neuropathy
May 12, 2006
... any MRIs done on your brain or at least the c spine area? ... (5 replies)
... ray, chest ct scan, mri brain, mri c spine, mri t spine. All coming back in normal ranges. ... (4 replies)
... tailbone, but the neuro said it can't be low back causing this, it would have to be c spine which I had herniated discs before not impinging though. ... (24 replies)




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