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pain problem

AnonymousUserAAnonymousUser Posts: 49,578
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:25 AM in Lower Back Pain
I'm a 64yr old female c/o lower back pain from a fall 6-08, x-ray show spondylolisthesis ,kenlog shot, flexeral, and PT. Repeated the same thing 8-08, New problem 1 1/2 weeks ago. Along with the lower back pain, the inside of my right leg goes to sleep , down to my knee. What's going on. I've never had inj, or backsurgerys . thank you for your help . nanaclark
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  • Welcome to spine-health..Have you had a Mri?
  • bigcat90 thank you for your responces, no MRI yet, don't know what to do next. Thanks for your concern. nanaclark
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  • Hi and welcome.
    I'd suggest you get a referral to a NS or OS and let them pick it up. In the least sounds like you ought to have an XR in case th efall moved the spondylolistheis or something.
    Hopefully not.
    If you get any bladder // bowel problems, get checked PDQ!
    good luck and keep us posted.
  • Thank you for your help and quick response. Your right pain is compulsary and suffering is an option. I don't want to go from Dr. to Dr. with this . I want to beable to discuss this with some knowledge , know whats important and I don't want to be just another back pain case.Thank you again for your help. nanaclark
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