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Has anyone had an MRI NOT show a herniated disc, but they found out later they actually had one? Just curious, because I have so much pain that gets worse with lifting (even when my back is straight). It just seems that scar tissue couldn't cause this much pain, especially when not that much shows on the MRI. Is there another test that would show it up better?