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  • Thanks Dave, for the info. From what the MRI report states, I have extensive scar tissue encasing the Thecal Sac and the exiting nerve roots, my PM told me it is Arachnoiditis. I am assuming that since the nerves are attached together, but still visible via MRI, that it is still Stage 1, or was in March. The burning and pain in my back have been getting progressively worse. My legs also seem to be weak, if I bend my legs at the knee when I walk, they are wobbly. I also do stretching and walk as much as possible. Yes I do get both fascilations, and the contractions in my muscles, weird stuff. Thanks, RJ
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