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... Ok I admit that I 'may have' violated this rule today and I am paying for it. ... (9 replies)
... become more painful and I had pain shooting down my arm and if I moved my arm, my arm and hand would turn purple. I finally decided to see the doctoe, he sent me for a MRI put me on pain killers and steriods and muscle relaxers. I had the MRI done the same day as seeing him. ... (10 replies)
... I am going to try and make this as short as possible even though my story is very complicated. I have had chronic pain for over 11 years. I had surgery in Nov. of 2003 for bones spurs, arthritis and degenerating discs. ... (22 replies)

... Ok - I'll put on my metallurgical hat today - titanium is a non-magnetic metal - sometimes it is an alloy (mixture) with other metals but in this case I do think its in a non-magnetic form and MRI is ok Airport detectors are set differently and these plates may trigger those even if they aren't magnetic (I don't have plates so I don't know this for sure) -Sunshine (11 replies)
... nd so that you can have a real conversation with them, and not just get brushed off with a "you need this, see my secretary to schedule surgery". So what I'll do is just provide some info to get you started. ... (4 replies)
... which is normal for the cervical spine. Radiologists talk of "straightening" and "reversal" of the normal lordosis. ... (4 replies)
... speak, "moderate" tends to be only one level below "severe", which means "fix this!". Besides, nerve compression is nerve compression. Nerves don't like to be compressed, and they will make you suffer for it. ... (6 replies)
... Jennybyc....Where have you been...I have been waiting and waiting for you to answer me. I tried on another board to find you and am so glad that you found me. ... (22 replies)
... with titanium plate and hardware. ... (6 replies)
... You mentioned Lizzie, I hope everything is ok with her and she is leading as painfree a life as possible. ... (12 replies)
MRI Analyses
Sep 21, 2012
... I think that the FDA has only approved the ADR for one level in the cervical region. ... (35 replies)
... I had sold a plot of land which was part of a huge garden we have. the plot I sold to a friend of mine who had all the drwings for a new house to be built on it, and it has all it's permissions and building warrant. ... (2 replies)
... The Halo still being in place means the Doc's are not taking any chances and are making sure she is kept totaly stable this time.Dont think it will be kept in for any length of time though. ... (2 replies)
... An update. My wife had an ACDF with "cow bone" implant on 31st June. All was Ok for 2 weeks until the pain was real bad and they decided after several scans that a hard collar should be fitted as the bones were collapsing. ... (8 replies)
... Oh my gosh, thanks soooo much for posting! I was starting to think that i was the only one who suffers post op pain. I am sorry for all the pain that the two of you have to endure everyday such as i do, i wouldnt wish this pain on my worst enemy!!! ... (19 replies)
... I went home the next day and got very very ill from the anesthesia. After throwing up for 6 hours straight and dry heaving, because nothing was left I had to go back to the hospital and stay another night. ... (12 replies)
... I must agree with you wholeheartedly, raising your weight from 2 to 10 lbs im one go was totaly uncalled for and it does show the inexperience of the pt person. ... (9 replies)
Failed fusion?
Mar 11, 2007
... I think the best thing to do is to call you NS and find out what he thinks about this last MRI.... ... (8 replies)
... Now, before I reply to your question please understand this, my Neuro Surgeon is deemed a Professor and is THE top Consultant in his field here in Scotland... ... (16 replies)
... Unfortunately I am new to this board. Here is what happened. ... (4 replies)

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