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... ut I'm not sure I can afford it...and my daughter is driving out..and I planned to ride with her. Any thoughts on that would be well as prayers and good thoughts about the surgery. ... (9 replies)
Feb 18, 2003
... I have no pain at all, in fact when I woke from surgery my pain was completely gone. The numbness in my hand and thumb lasted for about two weeks, after that it too was gone. ... (13 replies)
... with possible hard disc herniation or hard disc projecting towards the right and with possible nerve root compression". Love all those "possibles", don't you? ... (9 replies)

... It would appear that at least part of her pain is coming from the facet joints. These are the synovial joints that are adjacent to the discs and link one vertebra to the next. ... (4 replies)
MRI results
Jan 14, 2016
... Height, alignment and marrow signal intensity of cervical vertebral bodies is normal. Craniocervical junction relationship normal. Flow voids are seen in both vertebral arteries. ... (1 replies)
May 15, 2015
... It's potentially pretty serious. Teteri66 has it covered pretty well and I second getting in to see a spine specialist neuro or Ortho surgeon NOT a neurologist. ... (6 replies)
... I don't know about the migraines and vertigo, but the trouble walking is a red flag. You shouldn't have trouble walking. This COULD be caused by cord compression at just about any level, or by foraminal compression in your lumbar spine. Is the trouble worse on one side than the other? ... (4 replies)
Wierd sensations
Oct 29, 2010
... I've also had my right cheek go totally numb several times as well. It felt as if I had novacaine at the dentist and it affected a small area of the right side of my lips. ... (4 replies)
... Hi all! I actually got a letter from neuro to my endo and I am going to post some of what he wrote. I will tell you it is much worse than the little he explained to me. ... (4 replies)
... I had one at the right side of C6 after a course of 3 ESIs spaced 10 days apart failed to improve my pain level much. ... (6 replies)
... This study is consistant with peripheral or brachial plexapathy on the left. Central conduction velocities are within normal limits."....The Neuro's, and NS's don't read too much into this, they are satisfied that it is normal.... ... (46 replies)
... I will probably have another EMG. and SEP to compare to the first. In the mean time I am looking for a NS in NY or L.I., that takes BlueCross. ... (46 replies)
... I have been diagnosed with a Cervical Myelopathy. This apparently is caused by minimal posterior bulging at C3/4, and C4/5, a moderate right lateral extruded disc, causing moderate right lateral cord compression and severe right root impingement, at C5/6. Mild degenerative disc narrowing, and posterior osteophyte formation, and mild thecal sac compression at C6/7. My... (46 replies)
... c6 with spinal chord compression. i went to john hopkins who recommended another acdf with a 3 vertabrae plate, columbia presbyterian who recommended a pcd and mount sainai who wanted to do a 3 verterbrae acdf and a pcdf. since i couldn't get any of them to agree i am still on neurontin and amatryplin every day. ... (5 replies)
... I had intermittent twitching just about everywhere before surgery and believe this was tied to pretty significant spinal cord compression. ... (3 replies)
... I have spoken to my neurosurgeon, who seems to feel that I should not be experiencing any pain since there is no compression of the neural foramina, and his comment to me was that I most likely just have a low tolerance for pain. ... (2 replies)
... C7 causing C7 radiculopathy. This has been an issue since Oct 2003. It took until Mid December to get an actual diagnosis. Through my own research and reading various message boards I had myself diagnosed before the doctors. ... (3 replies)
... T2 being the area of most concern because of foraminal narrowing and obvious nerve root compression. ... (11 replies)
... hello people,,saw nuero today and got the ok to return to work,,(finally) had myelopathy at 2 levels c4-c5 ,,c5-c6,,,,had acdf with fusion, as u know myelopathy is ,compression of the spinal cord from hern, discs,, my symptoms were extreme tightness in legs which affected my walk/balance.also some pins and needled in legs and fingertips, just want to say that its... (2 replies)
... n normally this opening needs to be wide enough to accommodate the nerve. Otherwise the nerve becomes compressed which leads to the symptoms like pain, tingling and numbness. The pain can be felt at the site of compression, or it can radiate anywhere down the path of the nerve. ... (1 replies)

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