I am a 56 yr old female that just had a abdomen MRI due to numerous episodes of extremely painful chest pain that moves to my back. Not heart related. Thought I had an ulcer. MRI results show a "focal fatty deposition or hemangioma noted at the ventral superior aspect of the L5 vertebral body. This may be nothing but after doing a search it seems to explain all of my symptoms which are leg weakness(especially left leg), dragging of my leg even though physically fit, pain in lower back when laying on stomach, pain at lower back at end of day, weakness with right arm but not often, bladder problems that have lasted for years. Lately have had loss of bladder control in a couple of instances. I also was diagnosed with mild neuropathy of my left feet although not a diabetic. I love my gastroenterologist but not sure she knows about these kind of problems. Need to know if I need to go to another doctor or just being paranoid.