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... Capewind, I believe the males have misinterpreted your question. By cervical issues, I believe you mean issues from problems in the neck and cervical spine. That is the cause of my neuropathy, because I had a vertebra pushed into my spinal cord due to a fall. ... (5 replies)
... both in my lumbar and cervical area. Unfortunately they did not give me any pain relief, instead increased my pain. ... (10 replies)
... I have cervical injury which you can read in my signature. I also suffer with polyneuropathy and this has been diagnosed through an EMG. ... (4 replies)

... I have searched and searched for information online about ulnar nerve entrapment in the cervical spine. Can someone enlighten me? ... (0 replies)
... feet but its not impossible for cervical problem to affect the feet as well as upper extremities. ... (2 replies)
Cervical lardosis
Apr 27, 2007
... idsc space is seen. the heights of the cervical vertebral bodies are maintained. the intervertebral foramina appear normal. ... (1 replies)
... I have been diagnosed with cervical neuropathy. ... (2 replies)
... All my root nerve exiting my lumbar spine and all root nerves exiting my Cervical spine are enlarged. The thoracic area is normal. Anyone have this issue. Re doing lumbar with contrast tomorrow Since first one was without. (0 replies)
... I think the process is similar. They just poke you in different places. I only had cervical and lumber EMG's. ... (1 replies)
... toe gets like a shocking feeling hurts for 1 second and it goes away. I'm having an emg done this time to check for Cervical Radiculopathy I'm just wondering how is it different from a carpal tunnel emg and is the test more accurate? ... (1 replies)
... Mistriel I did misunderstand the issue completely and thank you for bringing it to my attention indirectly. I'm here to learn from people like you. Cirvix and Cervical are two very different things, indeed. I apologize for my stupidity and in the future will think before I write. Thanks again. ... (5 replies)
... Dear Capewind, I hope you are not irritated by a male responding to this post. I have, of course. little to say about anything involving cervical issues. But PN run throughout the body, so what I can say is expect a symptom almost anywhere. ... (5 replies)
... So sorry you are dealing with this. I too have neuropathic pain resulting from a cervical spinal cord injury. I have so far avoided any prescribed medications, because I didn't want the side effects, but I have an extremely high tolerance for pain. ... (2 replies)
... Had a bicycle injury in May, '08 that resulted in having 4 cervical discs replaced and fused w a titanium plate. Was v healthy and athletic 58 yr old male prior to injury. ... (2 replies)
... I have cervical rib syndrome, otherwise known as thoratic outlet syndrome. ... (0 replies)
... In the next few weeks I will be undergoing cervical disk replacement in my neck. ... (5 replies)
... I have numerous problems with my cervical spine as well as my lumbar region. I am in constant pain from these problems. I have now been diagnoised as having neuropathy. ... (2 replies)
... Wow that really stinks. What about trying a nerve block? I think I would ask them for that. I am an RN and we do those a lot for patients whom steriod injections don't work for. It is a pretty rare thing though for a steriod not to work. I doubt you are having a drug reaction because that is what we give for allergic reactions, steriods I mean. Yeah, see about a nerve... (6 replies)
... I had this done about 2 years ago for a pinched cervical nerve and it did not help at all. I got greater relief from the anesthetic. I know people who've had great success with it, though. ... (6 replies)
... As a registered nurse, I have had many patients who have had this done. As with any invasive procedure, there are always risks involved. The cervical spine is a very delicate area of the spine and I can sure see why you are concerned. ... (6 replies)


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