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... level with right and left paracentral components with associated cervical cord flattening and compression also demise of th right and left c5 exiting nerve roots from the disc herniation is possible." I am going to the same ortho as I did the first time but this time he is involving an ENT. ... (1 replies)
... like when I was just putting my hand in my front jeans pocket to get a key in my pocket. I'm going to be moving across county in the next couple months and really need to decide something soon because I need this taken care of before I leave. I may not be able to wait for Dr. Jho's opinion. ... (1 replies)
Getting pregnant
Aug 28, 2003
... C6 with spinal cord compression and nerve root impingement. ... (4 replies)

... ll taking the Roxicet, one to two at night before going to sleep. But otherwise was feeling pretty good. A lot of the numbness feeling in my arms has gone away, and I feel, albeit fairly minor pains, that seems to move around in my arms and in my hands. With the right side being worse. ... (8 replies)
... I went to see the neurosurgeon that did my last surgery after my PcP had an MRI done on me. I had complained to him earlier and kept saying the nerves can take a year to settle down. He called me to come in for appt that very day the results were complete. ... (7 replies)
... though and I'd agree that probably makes it moderate. The cord itself is between 7.5 and 8. ... (11 replies)
Oct 29, 2014
... I havent been on here for awhile. Im still waiting for surgery, been 3.5 years now since I went to my GP and they knew i had a history of spondylolisthesis. I have been offered a mutli level lumbar fusion with laminectomy. ... (2 replies)
... ent to the doctors yesterday for the results. Things aren't that good. I thought a lot had changed more recently because of all the headaches I have been getting and the pain was all the time. The doctor had to give me 2 block needles in the back of my head. ... (29 replies)
Help with MRI
Feb 2, 2013
... Hello I was wondering if anyone could help explain what my MRI reads. My doctors are kind of keeping me out of the loop because it is work related and my job doesn't confer with my doctors. ... (4 replies)
... WebDozer, thanks so much for responding. My blood levels for B12 and so forth were ok...I didn't really think of iron deficiency and don't think that was checked. ... (3 replies)
... t. If you look at the spine from the side, the neck curves inward toward the front of the neck then outward at the shoulder blades then inward again at the waist and then a small outward curve again at the very bottom. This is known as lordosis in the neck. ... (10 replies)
... herniated, I was also referred to Dr Pearce in Windsor as I do have the feeling at times that my equialibrium is off and I get dizzy but I do not fall, he dx me with TOS. ... (15 replies)
MRI results
Feb 3, 2011
... Hi there Tigger the Tiger. I'm Jenny and I do a lot of the MRI interpretations here as I've had so many of them myself and have a great spine doc who is willing to explain them to me. ... (6 replies)
... i actually spoke with my physical therapist for a while yesterday about the difference in the two surgery options and she was able to help me understand a little more about the risks vs. the benefits of each. ... (14 replies)
... First some anatomy and word interpretation. Your spine actually starts at C1 but the neck is considered C3 to C7. ... (3 replies)
... I had my surgery in June by a neurosurgeon for two reasons, my neurologist referred me and got me a very quick appointment and because my thought is neurosurgeons are for repairing nerve damage and orthopedic doctors are for repairing bones. ... (26 replies)
... it looks like the degeneration kept going in your spine and also the pressue of the fusion might have made the other levels in your neck more susceptible to faster degeneration. ... (10 replies)
... Cannot quite agree you have a piece of cake with all that's happened to you but you have thought it out well and shown resilience to all that has happened to you. ... (25 replies)
... The numbness and severe pain came back 5 months ago. ... (0 replies)
... six months ago. I had severe spinal cord compression, osteophyte, signal change, neuro problems and had to have "emergency surgery." All went well. My surgeon has glowed about my films and released me from his care. ... (3 replies)

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