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Have spondylolisthesis, tingling in leg, neck pain, back pain, head ache, blood clot in buttocks. Any suggestions?

1)i have gr. 1 spondylolistesis since 4yrs. now days its becoming difficult walk for more than 500mtrs. tingling effect in left leg is more than in right leg. pain radiating to abdomen parts 2) i had less pain in the neck and midback last four years. since last two months a iam getting head ache , left hand tingling effect and face , eye, ear side tingling effect . i will get pain if i sleep facing chest up side . if i sleep by side posture blood clotting in buttocks region happen , there will be little sense , after i change postue it will be fine. many doctors suggested for TLIF surgery.. But iam worried about the success rate and cost of the surgery… Any suggestion in this ragard will be greatly appreciated… Mobile Nuber- 0000
Asked On : Sat, 7 Jul 2012
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i would suggest you to go ahead with the surgery. Your pain will be relieved and you will be able to walk normally. Cost can be different according to hospital but surgery is successful if done by good surgeon.Are you from india, then i can suggest you some very good doctors.
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