Results of current MRI:
There is a central-right disc protrusion at the C3-4 level. This contacts and flattens the central and right ventral aspect of the spinal cord parenchyma. The dorsal subarachnoid space is maintained.
The C4-5 level is a postoperative level. There is a disc bulge-osteophytic ridge at the C4-5 level. There is prominence of the ligamentum flavum. These flatten the ventral and dorsal aspects of the thecal sac with narrowing of the CSF surrounding the spinal cord at this level.
There is a mild disc bulge at the C7-T1 level.
What questions should I ask my Neurosurgeon? Would they even consider surgery again? Symptoms are shoulder pain, bicep pain and at times fingertip tingling.