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... exactly what symptoms you are having actually correlate with what specifoic level and how truely impacted those areas just are right now? ... (14 replies)
... Cervical issues can produce symptoms that mimick angina type attacks. Chest pain has been reported by many of us. ... (6 replies)
Nov 17, 2005
... Alot of syringomyelia symptoms mimcks the chiari so there is alot of cross over. ... (1 replies)

... I have yet to meet with a neurosurgeon in regards to my cervical stenosis. This appointment is soon. I am a 38 year old male. No injury, accident caused this. I believe it is because I have been sitting at a desk for the last 14 years as a software engineer. My pain level continues to rise. My symptoms now include odd feelings such as my hand involuntarily grasping things... (6 replies)
... TO the good people who are so kind to spend time with interpretation assistance :) If anyone can provide a basic summary I'd appreciate it. I've googled terminologies and just when I think I'm getting the gist of things, I get confused in the midst of it. Basic, layman terms would be so helpful. I've got an appt with my NS soon as I'm having lots of symptoms - pain down the... (3 replies)
... Thank you SO much for taking time to help me WebDozer!!! Syrinx started much smaller, originally at .2mm. Have been doing research and unfortunately, the symptoms I have been telling dr about for more a year now and which are so extremely painful, are consistent with Syringomeylia. ... (2 replies)
... or they may have their origins in the lumbar spine. Or the syrinx is the problem. ... (6 replies)
... I am the same age as you. When I saw the surgeon before my most recent surgery, the PA asked me if I wanted to consider surgery. I told her that I was only 34, and the thought of living the rest of my life with no hope of relief was enough to make me want to have surgery, even considering all the risks. I don't have any children yet, but I knew that I definitely wouldn't... (4 replies)
... Sorry you do not have insurance, but if you are having serious pain and symptoms it would be best to proceed with what they recommend. When you get more info come back and ask more questions. ... (2 replies)
... soft tissue damage and have been receiving physical therapy for my shoulder and neck which has been very helpful. The down side is I have been experiencing neuro symptoms as well. ... (0 replies)
... I have had symptoms since shortly after my accident 2 and 1/2 years ago. I had my surgery 1 year ago. I was having problems walking. I pretty much had to get in the gym myself and walk on a treadmill and teach myself how to walk as my doctor did not believe me about my pain and injuries. I still walk funny. If I try to walk fast I end up walking without bending my knees or... (23 replies)

Associated Tags: back pain, cervical stenosis, pain, radiculopathy

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