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Posted by frank miller on October 03, 2000 at 13:42:53:

In Reply to: Re: Cervical spondylosis--acute neck pain posted by Paul on July 30, 2000 at 22:47:33:

: : 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!!!hello paul,I too have CS.multi level c2 thru t1. I may have something else going on too. hope not. can't see neuro until the 26 of Oct.the mri showed the above.see if my symptoms matches yours, the base of and each side of my neck,just above the collar bone,extreme pain as a knot on either side.stiffness to the left i have a feeling of malaise as well as severe weakness in my legs and shoulders and body as a whole. my nerves are absolutely shot.i find some relief in twisting my neck around and from side to side.i have the above feelings come over me and i am in for a miserable ride.they get worse and then goes away.intermittent.I am on glocosemine and chondroitan as well as gelatin,on top of temp.naperzen and of last sat. on the golf course it has moved into my lumbar.HA. gotcha again boy. I would like to know from anyone out there if these symptoms fit any of you. e-mail me at [email protected] thank you all and good luck to all. frank

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