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More susceptible to other slipped discs?

SodunSodun Colorado Springs, COPosts: 4
Hi there. I have tried to do some research on the web about this but I am not getting very far on it so I wanted to get some advice from you ladies. I have had to spinal surgeries and my cervical area C4 through C7. The last couple of months I have had some pretty bad pain in my lower back. It's getting worse to the point of now it almost hurts more than the aftermath pain I get from my spinal surgeries in my neck, which is pretty bad. I plan on going to my doctor and 1st maybe getting an x-ray and a referral to get an MRI done. But I was wondering if you are more susceptible to get more herniated discs if you have already had it before? 


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