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a MRI. The MRI noted the bulging disc , but it also said something to the effect of 1 CM lession hypo intense T1 and hyper intense on T2 (something like that) it then said may be "ATYPICAL HEMANGIOMA ...

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Hello my MRI says I've got a bulging disc L5S1 and is causing a moderate degree of neuroforaminal compromise worse on left side with possible impingment of both exiting L5 nerve roots. Could anyone please ...

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diagnosed with mild scoliosis and a bulging disc and fibromyalga and I injured my back ... area? Also could a lack of sleep cause chest pain because even with 2mg Klonopin I am unable to fall ...

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a MRI. The MRI noted the bulging disc at C6-C7, but it also said something to the effect of 1 CM lession hypo intense T1 and hyper intense on T2 (something like that) @ C3, it then said may be ATYPICAL ...

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I have c 4 5 6 and 7 bulging disk and bone spurs could this be contributing to my migraine headaches . ...

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I was diagnosed with a bulging disk at the L-3, L-4. I had pain in my back and pain that went down my right leg on the inside part of the leg NOT the back of the leg down to the knee. No pain below the knee. I am much better. Did my bulging disk...

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have a bulging disc in my lower left back that causes me pain when it swells(daily minimal discomfort), although now i am thinking it could all be related, could you give me your opinion, thank you kindly ...

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as described above. could u explain what is the next line of treatment ... posterior bulge is seen at l3 4and l4 5 levels l5 s1 disc shows moderate posterio central protrusion causing ...

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but a possibility is that I have a bulging disc & was wondering if this could cause severe rib pain? I ve been ... want to know if it would only be the disc causing everything or if I might have to be concerned ...

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this is my result L4-L5 posterior bulging disc is seen measuringn1.8-2 mm in AP diameter, touching ... the thecal sac. what can cause this and what douse it really mean can it be trated?? ...

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I am a 51 year old female with severe arthritis and have a bulging disc at L5. I am presently ... periods during jury duty. I do not have any s/s of UTI, no burning,odor, etc. Could this be caused from my ...

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I have 3 bulging discs and L5 is herniated I have no health care ive been to doc. surgen Verst .... weeks later im still having stomach pain my back is hurting real bad.And was wondering if this could ...

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I have fibromyalgia, arthritis , DDD, bulging discs @ L4-5 & S1. My fibro is pretty well managed ... of like this. After much research I wonder if it could be AS? What would diagnose and treat this? ...

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having breakthrough pain. Negative MRI of brain, MRI of cervical spine shows slightly bulging disc at c5 ...Hi, tell me what you think.... Numbness/tingling in toes (usually 3rd and 4th only, and usually ...

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Hi, I m 32, female ,single...I am suffering from cervical spondilities..two disc in the neck were slightly bulged.I have taken spine rehab for past three months and changed three doctors..I have resigned my teaching job since I couldn t sit or...

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doctor1 MD

This could be muscle spasm or bulging disc. not necessarily osteoporosis. please see your doctor for an appropriate evaluation.

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Surgery on the herniated and bulging discs would be best option for you. Please consult a back surgeon to fix the same. Pain medicines like Motrin can be taken for relief of pain.

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Hemangioma perhaps....