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... What sort of recovery time would I need from that sort of surgery and how risky is it? ... (2 replies)
... atrophy in my forearm. My right arm is beginning to show signs of weakening. My many MRIs indicated that I have 2 indentations pressing on my spinal cord, spinal stenosis as well as foraminal stenosis. I have also shown my reports to two neurologists. ... (70 replies)
... The 1st was in 1995 for foraminal stenosis. I don't recall, since it was so long ago as to how long I was unable to do normal activities. But I do recall it was a long time. ... (21 replies)

... and severe foraminal stenosis on both sides from C4 to C7. ... (14 replies)
... red steroid shots and later I told him I would not return to see him and found me another NS. The first visit to the new NS and one look at my MRI and he told me surgery was probably only way I could get any kind of relief. Again, he never once told me, not to work and this was the middle of June. ... (9 replies)
... for improper etiquette. So here is my situation. Diagnosed with fibromyalgia.. 2 years ago went on Savella... At first it was great as a nerve block but over time had some unpleasant side effects so i have weaned off of it...this has been about 2 months ago... ... (6 replies)
... Hi all. I have been reading many of your posts for some time now, but never posted until now. I have decided to have neck surgery and I want to share my situation and invite your thoughts and comments. ... (20 replies)
... I appreciate your taking the time to type all that. ... (14 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)
... levels. The surgery was a complete success and in my eyes... my OS is an absolute wonder! ... (4 replies)
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Nov 21, 2003
... If you do surgery did they tell you about the recovery time or any of the particulars? ... (8 replies)
... thanks for any input.. also does anyone know any possible surgery procedures for all this and whats recovery time? ... (13 replies)
... Well, greetings I suppose (but I *really* wish I didn't have to be here! *sigh*). I guess I'm just looking for some support and maybe some advice. I'm a 44yr old male, very active, and a professional commercial and military pilot (AFRES). All was well until about six weeks ago; at that point I started having a lot of pain right where the neck turns into the back and... (2 replies)
... April 10,2010 had 3, 20lb boxes fall on neck when I was bent over and at that time just xrays were taken. ... (0 replies)
... Hello Sky: Thank you so much for your reply. "" Great advice! Thank you so much. I will head to PM board later tonight when I time. Prayers to you also, friend. Matt (14 replies)
... me Skelaxin 800mg every 6 hours. I have been taking Neurontin for months. Dr. increased to 1800 mg which is two three times a day. I'm also taking Ultram 100 time release. I am also using Lidoderm patches. Still with all that I am in horrible pain. Been using heating pad also. ... (0 replies)
... op from neck surgery DO develop great back trouble anyway. ... (4 replies)
... osteophyte complex which causes severe right sided neural foraminal narrowing and mild anterior thecal sac effacement. ... (6 replies)
... up from those who have had this procedure done in terms of reporting on how their surgery and recovery went. ... (14 replies)
... The severe right neural foraminal narrowing is the opening that allows the nerve root to pass thru, so you could certainly have some nerve root compression and symptoms from this. ... (13 replies)


Associated Tags: c myelomalacia, cervical, flattened cord, fusion, kyphosis, laminectomy, mri report interpretation, mri shows cervical stenosis., posterior osteophytes, radiculopathy/degenerative, spinal & foraminal stenosis, surgery, thoracic pain

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