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C7 nerve root symptoms

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Hello, I m concerned about some leg pain I ve been having on my right leg. I went to a person who massages and fixes people from any physical damages, they re not professional at all (no school background) but the man touched two spots on my lower...

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Diagnosed conditions: Fibromyalgia, C2/3 facet joint damage (MVA), C6/7 nerve root impingement (MVA), RSI ... use a Norspan patch 5 (I ve never used one before) to help with these symptoms or whether that would ...

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and potentially contacting the c-6 nerve root that s not done in Sept of 2013 now for XXXXXXX 7th of this year ... cervical spinal stenosis 7mm c3-c5 I m short of breath sharp pain shooting down my left shoulder lower back ...

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a certain cervical level is mentioned in an MRI report, such as the c5-c6 level (before they become “ nerve roots”), can the radiologist/neurosurgeon, determine from the MRI, which specific nerves, identifiable ...

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Hello....My mother has a cervical nerve root impingement; I believe it is known as cervical ... ME ON TREATMENT OF HER CERVICAL NERVE ROOT IMPINGEMENT. WITH MUCH APPRECIATION, XXXXXXX LOVELESS E ...

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and osteophyte complex Shows signs of nerve root impingment and canal stenosis. Options please ...

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hai dr,my mother diagnosed with disc osteophytic complexes at c3-4 level causing thecal sac intendation and compression of traversing nerve root.she has symptoms of numbness in both arms,sensory loss ...

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root on the right. Are the new symptoms likely related to the disc degeneration or neural or nerve root ... results are as follows: Dessication of D3-4, D4-5,D5-6,D6-7,and D9-10. Some minimal posterior projection ...

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I went for a slective nerve root block shot at left level c6. The doctor said the shot .... What are some future symptoms I should be concerned about from this point on. I have also heard from ...

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Can an MRI (no contrast) of the pelvis (sacral, coccyx) miss nerve root compression? I have red flag CES symptoms (except for severe pain), but, nothing is showing up on MRI of lumbar spine ...

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6 nerve root bilaterally. At the C6/7 level their is a right paracentral disc herniation which abutts the anterior cord and compresses the right nerve root. Their is normal signal from the spinal cord ...

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facet disease is present, not resulting in neuroforamen encroachment or nerve root compression/ L3-4 minimal bulging annulus is present in addition, mild facet arthropathy,not resulting in ffacet nerve root ...

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of the slight nerve root compression. I am planning to get pregnant soon. Will this effect my baby or my back ...5 -s1, L3 - L4, slipped disc issues. I am also facing a problem in my neck C4 -C5-C6 some sought ...

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Hey Doctor, I got chicken pox when I was very young around 6 or 7 years old and I got shingles when I was around 34, now I m 62 I started experiencing the same kind of nerve pain since 8 years ago ...

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of the descending right S1 nerve root . Suggest clinical correlation for right S1 radicular symptoms. No findings are noted that would explain new left-sided symptoms. ...

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doctor1 MD

you could have nerve root entrapment in your neck causing your symptoms. if they persist then the diagnosis can be confirmed with an MRI scan.

doctor1 MD

Hello You may take Vitamin B12 for early recovery. What are your complain? Take care

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could be due to cpmpression of nerve root at neck