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Getting regular periods. MRI test shows loss of cervical lordosis. What is the problem?

29 yrs female married for two months with regular menstruation cycle . MRI result reveals central and bilateral paracentral disc protrusions at c5-c6 and c6-c7 levels with mild thecal compression.There is loss of cervical Iordosis.Anterior osteophytes are seen in the cervical vertebral bodies at places.Posterior osteophytes are seen in the peridiscal margins at C4-c5,c5-c6 and c6-c7 levels. What do we do ??
Asked On : Sun, 27 May 2012
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From report it shows that you got degenerative changes developed in your spinal vertebrae.
It is unusual at this age having osteo-artheritis and degenerative changes unless there is history of accident or injury on spinal vertebrae.
Consult spine specialist and get examined.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Sat, 26 Apr 2014
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