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May 25, 2004
... and still am no better. Still having alot of pain. I decided that it probably wont get any better so i am going to have to deal with it! As far as my friend she is still just as miserable as ever. No, she has not seen my NS yet. She will see him on the 11th of June. As far as your dx. of moderate diffuse disk protrusion.... ... (15 replies)
... Thanks Jenny for the detailed explanation. Couldn't have been explained better. (2 replies)
... out to the body, and where they leave the cord, they can be compressed by herniated disks, or arthritic bone spurs or any combination of those 2. The compression is rated as minimal, mild, moderate and severe. ... (2 replies)

... pain free, it is more like hurt than pain, quite a difference. ... (13 replies)
May 24, 2004
... Hey Hurdy I just thought I would check in and see how your post op is going.. ... (15 replies)
... My pain specialist said that one of the areas of pain that is causing me the most pain comes from C4 and the last surgeon I saw said that C4 was just as big a problem as my other discs. ... (20 replies)
... missed a day of work. Aches and pains were never an option for me. I knew I had to work for living and I accessed my pain as a fact of life. But this nerve pain is a totally different animal. In June of 2000, I had the typical sciatic leg and low back pain in my right leg. ... (9 replies)
... I've continued to have weakness in my right arm. The right leg weakness slowly improved...currently I don't have it nearly as bad in my right leg as I do my arm. ... (34 replies)
Got a CT Myelogram
Oct 15, 2009
... The first finding is that the disk has narrowed..badly. ... (7 replies)
... Here is the report from MRI on last Wed.... ... (0 replies)
... which is normal for the cervical spine. Radiologists talk of "straightening" and "reversal" of the normal lordosis. ... (4 replies)
MRI help
Sep 17, 2011
... rs grow into the foraminal openings, they can impinge upon the the peripheral nerves as they leave the spinal cord and head down to your shoulders and arms. This is a condition often known as "radiculopathy", meaning "a problem with the root". This impingement can cause problems going in both directions. ... (17 replies)
Acdf c-6-7
Feb 7, 2012
... level mylepathy in the cord is evident at this level. ... (10 replies)
... So you have this spine made up of vertebrae and in between each vertebra is a disk of material that is "squishy" and acts as a cushion for the bones. ... (9 replies)
... spine for 6 months now and being able to read what everyone else is going through really makes this all so much more understandable. ... (6 replies)
... e vertebrae are the disks, big spongy pads that cushion the bones. The backside of the disks abuts the spinal cord canal so if you happen to get a rupture of the disk at the back, then it go into the canal and affect both the cord and the nerves. ... (23 replies)
... minimal, mild, moderate and severe. ... (2 replies)
Hi All-New Here
Nov 21, 2012
... right uncovertebral osteophyte results in moderate to severe right foraminal stenossis. Small central disc protrusion is present without significant central canal stenosis. ... (8 replies)
... The hotel was nice enough to take me to the hospital. At that point they gave me IV Morphine and Dilaudid. The doctor explained he thought I had a herniated disk and wanted to admit me to the hospital, he mentioned surgery. ... (10 replies)
... My husband is 55 and has basically the same dx. as you. He had an anterior cervical fusion in September 2006 was only in surgery for a couple of hours . ... (4 replies)

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