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... h away the spinal fluid, but also to "flatten" the cord somewhat. This may or may not be problematic. Sometimes, the spinal cord can take a fair amount of abuse, and sometimes it can't. ... (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)
... C6. I told him I wanted to wait till after June 4th since school was out then....I work at school. I went in today thinking we would schedule the surgery...this is what NS said... ... (4 replies)

Is this serious?
Feb 23, 2011
... times weekly, I had surgery with a postive mindset, I actually thought all my pain and issues would be gone. ... (6 replies)
2 weeks post opt
Mar 10, 2005
... At two weeks, your body starts to respond again. You could be feeling residual pain from the nerves being inflamed in the first place. This can take some time to go away. You could also have some pain due to the stuff being moved around during the surgery. ... (7 replies)
... Have had open surgury both hands in Aug. Neck, shoulders, arms, severe headaches back of head, numbness in fingers, severe and I mean real severe pain in thumbs and along wrist above thumbs. ... (1 replies)
... cardinal my heart goes out to you. i have two very dear friends, whose husbands were both recently diagnosed with m.s. they both have cervical issues too. please let us know what you find out on friday. again my thoughts and prayers will be with you. ... (11 replies)
... I suffered for many years with the symtoms that you describe only on the left side. I did PT, Chiro, took steroids and had shots into the neck twice. This relieved the pain in differing degrees, but the weakness continued to get worse. ... (12 replies)
... My physical therapist asked to see me another month, and I can't get an appointment with my primary. I'm a little bit alarmed by the fact that nearly every day there's a new symptom. ... (8 replies)
... The narrowing can occur in basically two areas. It can be of the central canal. ... (4 replies)
... toms due to myelopathy caused 15 years ago, possibly a little bit of left arm weakness from 7 years ago, then a bunch of new symptoms due to severe cord stenosis in the past year. ... (70 replies)
... I have to admit. Its getting to the point of frustrating when I have a "good" day and a little bit of pain or nerve twinges hit me. I see that as a positive as it means mentally I'm anticipating good days rather than bad! Wow. How's that one for a change! ... (258 replies)
Hydrated
Jul 21, 2003
... Well I learned a lesson the other day. On Friday I woke up in severe pain. My arms hurt to lift them and my neck felt like it would explode. I dreaded the thought of going to my PT appointment that afternoon. ... (1 replies)
... t know that I can be of much help answering your question because my docs have yet to be any help to me. Apparently my pain level and the symptoms described below are not enough to warrant surgery...not that I want to go there... ... (9 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)
... My neck is in pretty good shape but started having issues with my hands and shoulders around the 4 month post surgery mark. My hands started turning ice cold, reddish and white and fingertips blueish. ... (0 replies)
... Things got better right away. Maybe Aleve works better and maybe it was because some of the steroid was still in my system and I was effectively getting redundant antiinflammatory doses. ... (14 replies)
... C6..I guess my opinion goes both ways. I really had to choice but to do the surgery. I herniated the disc, it was going down into the spinal column and was almost to the middle of my shoulder blades by the time they found out what was wrong. ... (25 replies)
... I just wanted to share that I thought that I had rotator cuff injuries in both of my shoulders and had even been tested and treated for them by my PCP. Then, I had severe pain, numbness and radiculopathy in my left arm and after the MRI was sent to a neurosurgeon. ... (16 replies)
... collar. No pain at all. ... (15 replies)




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