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Have cervical narrowing of spinal canal. What are the risk of leaving untreated?

hi i am 27 and just found out that i have cervical narrowing of my spinal canal due to a severe car wreck.. i am very scared and in constant pain and have tried everything and it keeps getting worse and was now referred to a surgeon... what are the risks of leaving it untreated? i kno the pain is gettin disabling very quickly and hard every day to do anything... i have fibromyalgia on top of it... is there any hope i will be able to play with my three kids again and function like normal?
Asked On : Fri, 18 Jan 2013
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ashley cervical canal is vital as all the nerve supply to all four limbs pass through this canal.

but decision of surgery depends upon how much is the narrowing and how is affecting which will be decided by cervical spine mri
kindly take opinion of spine neuro surgeon

never take it lightly
what ever the problem is it can be solved very well to your present status
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