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Unable to walk, loss of balance, tingling in legs. MRI shows cauda equina fibrolioma. Treatment?

Hello i have cauda equina fibrolioma with mild hyperiordosis, L3-4, L4-5,L5-S1 ,impingement of the nerve root . Im in serve pain. Where i can hardly walk now which is with a limp. Cant slee or sit very long at all when i get up been losing my balance alot lately. Tingling in my legs shootin pain down my leg numbness in my butt cheeks.
Asked On : Fri, 27 Jul 2012
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It looks to me that you need to show it to a neurosurgeon as soon as possible. It may need a urgent surgical intervention. And also you have to get it fast as if there is any permanent damage to nerves then it can not be reversed.
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