Re: Lesion on T10
Hi, Sorry to hear of all the problems that bring you here. I hope that someone will be able to give you a more specific answer as I can't.
I only wanted to tell you a little of what I have learned this pass 6yrs and that is when dealing with issues of the spine it is not always easy to find the source of what is causing the pain, often it is just a series of test, procedures and more test and process of elimination.
I know as well as any that it can be very stressful and discouraging but you have to hang tough and it may take a lot of changing drs and searching to find the source of the problem and sometimes it's not even found so the symptoms have to be treated and not the source.
I am by no means trying to discourage you but want you to not stress so much because this is not as rare as you may think.
I lost a WC claim because I exhausted the amount of time to prove my claim and other problems only to have since find out I will be disabled for ever and WC got off from treating me, not the point though I'm just saying that spine problems can so very hard to diagnosis you just need to stay on top of it, it sounds as if you have drs that are trying and not just blowing off the pain and this is a good start.
I wish you the best and hope someone can give you a better idea of what it may be, I just wanted you to know it isn't uncommon for it to be hard to diagnosis some spine problems your are fortunate that you have a dr that knows if there is pain something is wrong often drs try to just blow the pain off.