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Re: Cervical spinal stenosis
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Posted by CATHY WHITAKER
on June 17, 2000 at 01:34:20:
In Reply to: Re: Cervical spinal stenosis posted by Ann on March 01, 2000 at 10:41:52:
: : : I have had cervical fusion at C4-C5 level and later at the C5-C6 level. Both fusions due to a herniated disc problem caused from different sources. They removed bone from the pelvic region to insert into the vertibra. Was only in hospital 3 days with last surgury. hardest part was getting the area where they removed the bone to funtion so I coould walk without pain. I was 42 at that time, so you can make it being only 26. Also would suggest that you should insist on frontal surgury as anterior approach causes to many later problems. I am looking for any advice for this. I am 26 years old and have been in pain for over a year. I have weakness in my arms and numbness in my hands and pain radiating down my spine and at my neck and shoulders. I have tried injections, massage, steroids, muscle relaxers, antiinflammatories, therapy. These have only been a minimal help. Are there any other things that have helped? Does surgery work and what are the risks of surgery? Please help!
: Please and I must stress this whole heartedly, make sure you go to the best doctors available and also get several opinions.I don't have your specific condition but do have problems with my back and I fing that magnetic therapy works well with me.Give it a try.
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