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Dizziness and pain in the spine after an accident. Spinal stenosis?

hi, i have been in pain for 2 yrs and some months. i was in a car accident(minor ) due to what my car looked like but was slung around with a seat belt on. i have dizziness all the time and pain in my spine at the bottom but all the test are neg..blood work, mri and ekg . do you know what it can be? i was told some symptoms of crps but i think its spinal stenosis too. i type in my symptoms onlline now cause i my doctor think i m not telling the truth but i m in lots of pain. can you help? thanks
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum. Spinal stenosis can be congenital or due to some disease, ofcourse it could be due to herniation of the disc due to jerk during accedent. any how it is excluded by C.T.scan so you dont worry about it. Besides the pain in the spine and dizzyness there will be so many symptoms like numbness etc so the possibility is wholly excluded.
The possibility could be due to concussion type of head injury, and jurky sprain of the back muscles. It may be cleared by muscle relaxants, and anxiolytics.
I advise you to consult a surgeon for diagnosis and treatment, dont think of the stenosis, and use the medicines prescribed. Try to be engaged in Extracuriculars like reading, hearing music etc to avoid tension of anxiety.
Wishing for a quick and complete recovery and thanks for calling.
Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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