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... Hi to anybody who is out there! I am 32 years old, with 3 young children... and my poor partner is starting to break under the pressure of all of this... and I thought finding other people experiencing the same (or similar issues) as myself may help me, on an emotional level. In June 2007, I was in the shower. I lifted my left foot, and went to wash the bottom of my... (9 replies)
... Welcome to the board. I didn't see your post until today as I usually hang out on the "Back Problems" section of Healthboards. What has happened with you since you posted this a couple days ago? Please take some time right now and read up on several different websites on Cauda Equina Syndrome. Urinary and/or fecal incontinence or inability to urinate are “classic” signs... (1 replies)
... laminectomy syndrome." The purpose of your initial surgery was to relieve your leg symptoms and urinary incontinence which was successful. The back pain is likely due to a degenerative disc and instability following the laminectomy. ... (9 replies)

... Here are results for my 3 most recent MRI's: Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar: I've had back and neck pain for years. Every MRI I have gotten over the years I have had to beg a doctor to order for me. I've had lumbar and cervical studies in the past that have shown degenerative changes, osteophytes, and severe cervical stenosis that resulted in a C4-5 ACDF in Nov 2006. I... (0 replies)
... I developed a crippling pain in my back and it was a different pain then prior to surgery. I also have a displaces S1 nerve root because I have so much scar tissue. I am in constant pain and now live on pain meds, which I am not happy about and they still don't control my pain. ... (9 replies)
... aight away. I think you're right and the two issues are not related. My neuro surgeon says the sciatic pain is a 'small hernia' due to spinal stenosis on L4, L5, S1 and he can free that nerve with a laminectomy, as leg pain is easier to heal than back pain. ... (6 replies)
... Generally speaking, the initial symptoms are dramatic...sudden muscle weakness, or sudden incontinence of bowel or bladder. Something like an ongoing small amount of leakage of urine could be related to nerve damage that is occurring now... ... (1 replies)
... Hello Everyone:wave: My son just had a cervical mri, because he had injured his neck over two months ago and has constant pain. Some of the terms I do understand, but not all of them. Could anyone give me their input on this report? At C3-4 there is diffuse disc bulge. There is mild facet hypertrophy. There is flattening of the ventral thecal sac and mild bilateral... (3 replies)
... Hello Lorgirl :wave: I also experienced severe bicep & tricep pain for many months prior to my surgery. The pain was also intense in both my shoulders and I developed bilateral frozen shoulder due to the pain and not being able to use my arms as much. I had to see an orthopedic even though I was already seeing a neuro surgeon and pain management doctor. I had several... (2 replies)
... Hello Everyone :wave: I had gone into the hospital on a Monday and came home Wednesday. Prior to my surgery I was told that I may have to stay longer as I have diabetes and they needed to keep an eye on my blood sugars. I also developed pneumonia and was still able to come home as the IV antibiotic meds worked great. I did have a one level fusion on C5-6. :angel:... (7 replies)
... Jason, Have you consulted a neurosurgeon. I read your report and while you have past chronic problems with your back, you do have some injuries that need to be address by a neurosurgeon and taking pain medication is not going to solve your problem. In my opinion you definately need surgery to relieve the pressure off your spinal cord. You symptoms of incontinence (not... (12 replies)
... My reply will relate my similarities to your post and what I have found so far. I had L4/L5/S1 surgery in Jan '07. A symptom like restless leg syndrome started almost immediately but since I had never had any restless symptoms in my prior 62 years I only felt uncomfortable and wrote it off to healing.Over the next two years I have dealt with associated low back and worse,... (10 replies)
... Hi to Everyone, Thanks to all very much for offering advice and empathy to others. This is such a selfless act that others in life should follow. I recently had an MRI of the Lumbar due to radiating pain and numbness that started in my lower back, down my butt and around to the anterior of my thigh and stopped at the knee. It eventually become bilateral to the thighs... (4 replies)
... ne was complicated by the herniated disc low down in my spine and that has caused me numb legs, heavy legs, missing the step, sharp pain in big toe, unbelievable incontinence problems which are horribly difficult to predict and necessitate deciding what to eat three days before an event I want to attend. So.... ... (5 replies)
... I was recently diagnosed w/ having scoliosis, flatback syndrome in my thoracic and slightly in my lumbar, degenerative arthritis of the vertebral joints, and bulging discs from L2-L5 & S1. And I am only 23! So what kind of impact will these problems have on me as I get older? I really have no clue about any of this stuff and am trying to get all the info I can on it. My... (7 replies)
... or S1 nerves. Since you know there is stenosis at these levels, I would attribute your pain to that issue. ... (6 replies)

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