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Old 09-05-2008, 11:08 AM   #1
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Sensory problems

Following an MRI scan I was told that bone spurs were present at almost every level of my spine and that these are pressing against my spinal cord. I was told that surgery wasn't an option. I am waiting to see someone about pain management physio and steroid injections. I have mild pins and needles most of the time now in my back,arms, legs and hands. I assume this is irreversible but can it be stopped and if not - what next?

 
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