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... I became overcome with debilitating pain in my right shoulder, under the right shoulder blade and down my right arm with a tingling sensation through my fingers. It started with muscle spasms and severe pain. ... (10 replies)
... Well the MRI is done and the facility said the report would be ready today. I am in soooo much pain today so I wont be going out to pick it up until I know for sure it has been signed off by the radiologist. ... (6 replies)

... I have been sent to a Neurologist after an MRI. The results were not explained to me but sound scary. I have no health insurance and would like help understanding what all this means for my future and my pain. ... (2 replies)
... i have had neck problems for about 18 years im now 38 i had a rear end car accident when i was 19 not sure if this is what caused my neck problems or not because i didnt have neckproblems til i was around 25 and they did xrays bck then and said my neck is STRAight instead of curved. ... (2 replies)
... Wow, were all a mess, and all not getting what we need, that is actually comforting alone to know. ... (9 replies)
... I too had ruptured discs at those same levels. I also had numbness in my hands and kept dropping things... ... (17 replies)
... fusion in my neck from an automobile accident in april 2003. ... (10 replies)
... I'm fraking scared at this point. I seriously feel like I'm losing my mind. ... (27 replies)
... hi K2, sorry it has taken me too long to get back to you. i have been kind of forced to have to try several different SSRIs becasue of a sick insurance change that no longer just covered my regular lexapro, and my body and brain did not do so well on the others. ... (7 replies)
... You have a few options it is early on for you. I have been suffering multiple herniations for over a year. ... (2 replies)
... there still is a time and a place for surgery. Surgery DOES NOT ALWAYS MEAN "FUSION". ... (9 replies)
So. Frustrated.
Jul 29, 2012
... Thank you for responding. My father had lower lumbar DDD in his mid sixties. He had to have a laminectomy. He still has lower lumbar issues. This, apparently, is genetic. ... (6 replies)
... I have cervical spondylosis too and I'm only 50. I also have OA in my knees. feet and shoulders. It's not that painful yet and I've had surgeries to remove bone spurs or to clean out arthritic joints which had helped. ... (46 replies)
... I'm late to the party but would like to join in. I have cervical spondylosis...and all that is, is a fancy word for osteoarthritis of the spine. And osteoarthritis is degenerative no matter where it is and is NEVER a reason not fix it. ... (46 replies)
... welcome aboard, you have found a great support site, you have definatly come to the right place. ... (12 replies)
... welcome aboard, you have found a great support site, you have definatly come to the right place. ... (12 replies)
... ray will not show. You really need an MRI. Is there any way that you can get one of these? ... (22 replies)
... whiplashes. It took several years for my discs to degenerate enough to give up and decide on surgery. My dr's didn't help, even the pain specialist was a donkey. ... (65 replies)
... Thanks for the info. I had a lot of pain in my back today, I can feel that something is out about midback. If it is still as sore tomorrow, I may take your advice. Problem is that I'm not sure if my chiro will see me again before surgery. ... (8 replies)

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