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... Welcome to the board. I was facing a similar situation back in 2008. ... (10 replies)
... ims to have excellent outcomes with very little recovery hospital time for recovery time. I was wondering if anyone out there is aware of anyone doing that type surgery and what kind of results they are having. ... (1 replies)
... Sounds very familiar. I, too, was told I was facing the possibility of paralysis without surgery. Many, many neurological symptoms. ... (7 replies)

... o opting for surgery. Does the fact that I quite possibly have myelomalacia increase the argument for having surgery, even though my stenosis is "only" down to 7 mm? ... (13 replies)
... story were made easier with advice and insights offer by other regular folks going through the same things. I am hopeful that remains a truth as I now face back surgery to repair at least one problem and possible as many as three. ... (0 replies)
... I wish I had just an ounce of your bravery , I have a question which I am sure you have answered before, I am facing cervical spinal surgery on c3,c4 and possibly c2, in 2002 i had a cervical dissectomy/ fusion on c4 -thru c7 IN 2002 with hardware ( cadaver bone graft) and was doing quite well until it came back in 09 , I had no insurance so I put off the surgery, I won't... (12 replies)
Cervical Stenosis
Oct 28, 2001
... Am I facing being paralyzed at some point in the future? ... (4 replies)
... I have recently been diagnosed with Cervical Stenosis. I have a consult with a Spinal Surgeon on Tuesday. My neurologist has led me to believe that I will be facing surgery. ... (11 replies)
... But anyone on the forum will tell you that a second surgery is better than permanent paralysis which is what you are facing if the compression on your spinal cord is not relieved soon. ... (19 replies)
... ng. I really wonder what the neurosurgeon will say this week. I have a feeling he won't want to rush in there either. I imagine though at some point I will be facing more surgery. ... (7 replies)
... I've been reading in here, and have found most of the answers to questions about spinal surgery that are keeping me awake at night. ... (5 replies)
... surgery in Feb. without fusion. The surgery for me was not bad. ... (5 replies)
... sted. Most of those symptoms are gone now. I had even more, but why bore you any more than I have. My motive for writing is just to give hope to those who are facing this, I know how scary it is. My best wishes and prayers are with you that your surgery is a complete success. God Bless and let me know if you have any more ? ... (10 replies)
... Sorry about intruding on that other post, I jusr wondering what I was facing ,I had a fushion with hardware in 2002 C4-C7 ,mine healed very well , will they just leave the previous fushion "as is" and go in th back and if so just how sore where you , I am trying to get a sense of what I will need in terms of help at home, the crawling sensations on my scalp are driving me... (14 replies)
... and possibly facing some knee surgery. ... (8 replies)
... I would agree. If you know the second level is going to have to come out anyway, you may as well get it all done at once. That means only once in the hospital, once in the collar, once time taking off work, etc. (24 replies)
... So yes, be very careful now that you know what is wrong. And I'd suggest doing the 2 areas so you can avoid a second surgery in a year or 2. I'm facing my 3rd in less than 3 years and NOT looking forward to it. ... (24 replies)
... Hi. I just found this board yesterday and am really glad I did. I have been diagnosed with cervical spine HNP, cervical sponsylosis and LS spine spondylosis. I hurt my neck at work (raised up under a piece of equipment) in Nov. 2000. Neck xrays showed nothing. I wore a collar for a few days to rest my neck. Went on to a chiro which seemed to help, but I was on a line... (9 replies)
... Sir, My mother is 70 year old. She is facing pain from lower part of back bone up to end of right leg from last 8 years. We conducted MRI test twice, their report is given below. ... (1 replies)
Jun 15, 2006
... of stenosis can depend not only on the degree of the narrowing , but also on what symptoms you are experiencing as a result of the narrowing. ... (7 replies)

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