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Have pain, MRI shows degenerative disease and sciatica

This is my MRI results I am 40 and in lots of pain ... so here are someinfo from MRI which I dont understand trying to get electronic copy like big event here... C5 & C6 dis herniation left sciatia C4 & 5 mild hypertrophic uncovertebral joints bilaterally C 5 C6 disc osteophyte casuing indentation on thecal sac with resultant mild narrowing of the right neural foramina C7 T1 minor degenerative changes L4 L5 disc is desiccated with a central left paracentral disc protrusion causing indentation on the thecal sac and encroaching the left lateral recess impinging on the transeversing left L5 nerve root There is associated tear posterior central annular tear. L5 S1 centrlal right paracentral small disc protrusion with associated annular tear causing indentation of the thecal sac with mild narrowing the neural foramina bilaterally degenerative disc disease as well???????
Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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hi, I have read your report information,it is revealed that your leg pain has association with changes seen in lumbar region as well as sacral region. however mild degenerative changes seen in cervical vertibrae does have any effect on your complaints. your pain is due to changes in lumbar and saccral vertebrae.you must consult some neurophysician along with your report and follow his instruction about pain killers and exercises or any surigcal intervention,if required
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Have pain, MRI shows degenerative disease and sciatica

hi, I have read your report information,it is revealed that your leg pain has association with changes seen in lumbar region as well as sacral region. however mild degenerative changes seen in cervical vertibrae does have any effect on your complaints. your pain is due to changes in lumbar and saccral vertebrae.you must consult some neurophysician along with your report and follow his instruction about pain killers and exercises or any surigcal intervention,if required