hi, i had diagnosed with spinal tuberculosis one and half year ago. At that time my doctors told me that its primary stage because of no spine deformation.i took the medicine for 9 month and took 3 month ...
spinal cord infection 14 years prior. had to have a 10ml x 60m; stent put in pancreas, gall bladder and biliary to drain bile. Also was dx with stage 4 CA of pancreas and liver. Due to location cannot remove ...
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I have spinal stinosis . Can it cause paralization
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spinal canal stenosis is a slow degenerative disorder,in this space becomes less for the nerve/spinal cord to work normally.the symptoms depends on the site of stenosis.if it is in the lumbar region then it can lead to severe weakness of both lower limbs,gradually and not overnight.it's a slow process. initially,marked by decrease walking distance.
Actually I have a chiropractor.. But is there a cure for for a pressed nerve in the spinal cord
It depends on the type of damage. It needs to be assessed whether the lesion is operable or not. Surgeries have side-effects. whatever you go for- weigh the benefits and risks. Do not go for dramatic treatments or expect dramatic results.
What are common causes of T12-L1 spinal pain (stabbing)
Hi gone through your query and understood your concerns.
The most common causes for T12-L1 spinal pain are
Disc herniation (prolapsed intervertebral disc),Degenerative disc disease,infection (discitis).
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