Reason for lower back pain after spinal fusion surgery
I had fusion back surgery 5 years ago - no problems until last year bending over something poped in my right side - have had chronic back pain since. I have had 9 sets of injections in my back and just had 6 weeks of Graston, slowburn excerise and dry needleing - the Graston, etc. has helped with...
Experiencing pain on both the legs due to spinal fusion
Four months ago I had a spinal fusion on L3,L4 & L5. Although the most severe pain down my right leg has gone I seem to be left with varying symptoms that I would like to control without pain killers. Lifting anything like shopping from the car or bending to vacuum seems to trigger an ache in my...
Why is the arachnoid cyst growing again after spinal chord surgery?
Hello Doctor, I had undergone spinal cord surgery due to arachnoid cyst (4CM) on last sep 2012. Recently, I went for MRI check-up after surgery review. Now, the cyst(1CM) is growing again. Can you please clarify the below queries? 1. whether CSF fluid is not drained properly from arachnoid layer...
Does withdrawal of fluids from spinal chord reduce severe headaches?
Sir, Myself R Tomar from India, my wife (age23) is suffering from headache since 10 years, I got married 10 months before, now since 15-20 days she is facing severe headache , CT NGO , CT Scan , MRI and Findus exam has been done and nothing was found, pain is un bearable mostly when she wake ip...
Consult an orthopedic surgeon.
It could be postural due to bending, stretching, unaccustomed exercise, weight lifting.
It could be prolapsed intervertebral disc or other spinal complications.
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.
My nose drips a water like liquid when i bend over occasionally. Is this normal?
Thanks for the query
It is not normal, it is indicative of a condition called CSF rhinorrhea, where cerebro spinal fluid leaks through the nose. Please approach a ENT specialist for this. Do not ignore this condition any further
I hope I was of help
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