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Thinning optic nerve and spinal stenosis

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I just was diagnosed with spinal stenosis . Can you tell me more about this disordered and what to expect. I just started therapy. I'm taking 2 meds. one for nerves and one for the pain. They don ...

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Spinal Stenosis- What would you recommend as treatment option. Here are the details. Thanks ... flavum thickening with severe canal stenosis. The AP diameter is approximately 4.5 mm. There is diffuse ...

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My son has spinal stenosis ,, T1-T2 show L1-L2, L2-L3, L3-L4 annular bulge with some facet hypertrophy there is prominent central L4-L5 disc herniation causing central and lateral recess stenosis ...

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I have spinal stenosis and disc issues in my lumar spine. It is primarily sciatic (not back itself ... at the waist or getting up from sleeping in the morning is really painful in the sciatic nerve . I am scheduled ...

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What is the best option for treatment when you have been diagnosed with L1L5 spinal stenosis and neuropathy(left foot).? Pinched nerve ...

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positions. I am familiar to back pain as I have spinal stenosis of the lumbar and thoracic spine ... of the ficett nerve. what is going on?? ...

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Hi my name is Jeanine Pate,I m 48 years old I have bad disc in my neck,I have SPINAL STENOSIS. I have went 3 months in such pain cause of the nerves in my neck. It was really painful hitting bumps ...

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-5, severe spinal stenosis and right lateral recess stenosis. In addition I have moderate right foraminal ... of the spinal canal remains minimal but at least but at least moderate bilateral foraminal stenosis ...

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Yes. I have been given gabapentin 300 mg to take for spinal stenosis nerve pain. I am 80 years old, allergic to Aspirin and only take Tylenol for my pain. I am very careful not to take too much. Sometimes go ...

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My name is Ralph. This Thursday I am going to have an epidural for my Spinal Stenosis, because I have 3 pinched nerves in my lower back. What my question is what kind/name of the medication they may ...

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I am spinal stenosis (have had a spinal fusion (L 3 and L 5). My left leg has a lot of pain. I am scheduled for a nerve conduction test. If there is nerve damage what can be done. If non nerve damage what ...

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I suffer from spinal stenosis lorodisis , spondylitis , chronic pain headaches, nerve damage in left foot, dysphasia due to cervical fusion, nerve damage at the c6-7level, lumbar fusion 2 lumbar ...

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on walking. I had surgery for spinal stenosis three years ago and six months later was diagnosed with early onset PD. Is my new back problem related to the PD or is it likely to be spinal stenosis problem again ...

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i have spinal stenosis with nerve damage i have back pain rven after a lamenectomy and upper ... fibromyalgia . does spinal stenosis cause fibro ...

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I have been diagnosed with spinal stenosis in my neck, plus a pinched nerve. I am being controlled with exercise, tramidol and tylenol, but I still suffer from mild to severe pain and soreness in the neck, which ...

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It is part of spinal degenerative changes which are very common. It is not lifethreatening if that's what you mean by serious, but it can cause pain and other bothersome symptoms which with aging tend to worsen and bring some disability. Treatment is with physiotherapy and pain killers, at times when spinal cord or painful nerve root compression not responsive to therapy surgery may be needed.

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Hello, Welcome. Please consult your orthopedic for nerve stimulation test and exercises. Also consult your physiotherapist for help. Ask if operation needed or not. Continue medicines. Take protein rich diet like beans, peas, eggs etc. Take care...

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Dear Friend To comment upon that , I need to know your detailed history and want to see your MRI. You may discuss with your doctor regarding using Baclofen for this purpose. Good luck