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My doctors have been trying to determine what the cause of my pain is. I have a relatively normal MRI and all other tests indicate that things are normal. That said, I am in chronic pain. I am 27 years old and have trouble sitting, standing, and walking. This all came about after a slip and fall accident a year and a half ago. Now they are thinking of doing a discogram. I am concerned because I have heard that this may not be reliable. What are thoughts on this topic? is it possible to have a normal MRI and still have an abnormal discogram? Are discograms at least relatively reliable?
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