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A New Pain

C6-C7CC6-C7 Posts: 2
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:43 AM in New Member Introductions
Hi all,

Great site here. Thanks for the info here.

Anyway I've had C6-C7 fused in Dec 09 and now going for MRI for lower lumbar pain......geeezz not again. I guess it's good to here from others that deal with this mess.

It can't hurt!



  • Welcome to Spine-Health.

    I had a 3-lvl ACDF in Oct. 08 and the following February started having lumbar problems. I tried injections, nothing worked and ended up with a TLIF in Jan. 10.

    So, like you and many others here, I also have both cervical and lumbar problems. It's not all that uncommon.

    What are your lumbar symptoms? Are you working with the same surgeon that did your ACDF? How long have you been having lumbar issues?

    Sorry to hear about the double whammy, but there are some of us here who understand how our spines seem to be a never-ending problem.

    Take care and don't forget to look around the site, read some of the articles on lumbar pain and watch some videos. This site is a great source of information and the members of the forum are very knowledgeable, friendly and supportive.

  • hi and welcome to the forum! :H we are here to offer you support and answer what questions we can. hope your MRI is good news for you!! keep in touch and drop in anytime! good luck! Jenny :)
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