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Hi, I have revival spinal stenosis, ruptured mid back disc and lower back spinal degeneration, and it feels like my hips are splayed when I stand. I have nerve pain in my arm and shoulder, a bit in right arm, and my left leg has always felt numb. Now I have new stronger nerve pain running down the back of my left leg which is stronger than the front of it, and both feet now feel hot and burning.
My question is, given the "wait and see" attitude, should I now be really worried ? Am I past the point of no return? Has anyone had this fixed through surgey? Will I be left for it to progress until I lose bladder control and end up in a nursing home? I don't know what is happening, can you guys shed some light?


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