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Hi everyone I am hoping someone can help me I am a 28 year old mother of 2 and I am in terrible pain everyday.
I was in an auto accident about 8 years ago and had some pain in my neck and lower back ,that I could live with taking mild pain killers but a little over 2 years ago I had a c-section and had to have a spinal block preformed 6 or 7 attempts it was very difficult finally the head anesth. was called in and it was placed ,my life has been horribly changed from that day on ,my legs butt and feet would go numb for 10 min. at a time ,many times I have fallen on my face and couldn't move until it would go away,couldn't hardly lift anything and my back pain is to the point of tears many days ,I have had a few doctors in West Virginia (where I live) tell me that a spinal couldn't have harmed me but something happened.I have had some x-rays taken and wanting to know if anyone could explain what the reults are:
in 2003 I also had an xray of my neck and it was the same revesal of the cervical curvature
Reversal of the cervical curvature only suggesting muscle spasm.
No fracture or spondylolisthesis.
Degenerative changes at T11-T12 and T12-L1 levels with narrowing in disc
LUMBAR SPINE, FIV POSITIONS-
No acute fracture, misalignment, or primary spinal stenosis.
Slightly narrow posterior L5-S1 disc space. Patent SI
Slightly narrow L5-S1 disc space posteriorly.
any help would be greatly appreciated!!!