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help with mri and inability to move some nights

RefugeeRRefugee Posts: 100
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:35 AM in Neck Pain: Cervical
mri states broad herniated disc-5 months ago said mild whats the differance is there is one. Also stated mild stenosis with canal 11mm-12mm? and something about mild nerve foramina. also a suseptable artifact at c5-6 where i have a plate and screws with mild stenosis at that level. stated that i have disc dehydration down to c-7 what?which these were not listed on last mri. I have on some nights not every night but 3-4 days a week at night when lying down been woken with severe tingling burning and pain this tingling leaves me unable to move until it reaches its high point and starts subsiding. anyone else have this.


  • good to meet you. us spineys should all have our mri reports on our business cards. anyway since you handed us yours my only comment is that i'm not a dr and a dr gives a good physical exam along with a good look at the films...he then comes up with professional opinion. if i gave opinion it wouldnt be worth 2 cents. seriously though there is some pressure on nerves that might be causing you discomfort. best see surgeon who specializes on the spine. hopefully all you need is some conservative treatment.....good luck....pete
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