Posted by Peggy
on June 03, 2000 at 20:53:17:
In Reply to: Cervical spondylosis--acute neck pain posted by Bud on June 03, 2000 at 11:09:29:
: I have been diagnosed with cervical spondylosis and for the last year have been miserable with pain and stiffness in my neck. I have tried all the usual NSAID's, but without any significant results. Recently, I also tried the new "Celebrex"......again with no relief. I hope I'm not destined to never turn my head again without pain. It's really hard to get through a day without aggravating this condition by normal activities. I am very much interested in information and/or support from anyone with similar symptoms who may have gotten relief from any source that I may have overlooked. E-mail or post a message.....thanks!!!
I have been diagnosed with cs also. I don't have any neck pain. My Dr (orthopedic) told me it's between the 5th and 7th vertebrae My symptoms are numbness and extreme pain and burning in my fingers, brutal pain. I'm taking Celebrex but I don't think its doing anything. I have an appt on the 19th. I guess this started a long time ago,I started a new job and the symtoms appeared. I wake up at night in pain, it's ugly.I'm not sure how to get back on this board you can email me @ PegFlynn49@hotmail.com, I would also like more info on this subject because I just found out what the problem is and besides Vicodin I don't know what to do,and the Vicodin isn't working very well.. Please respond