Lika Enukidze: can somebody explain to me what is a different between MRI and LAMBER MRI
thanks in advance
Anton Hartfree: i was wondering how you got your scan results i am in the uk just paid a lot of cash to get my medical records none of the xrays or mri scan included
Evie 72: Am ten days post of l45s1plus ryzolisis five hr surgery full directory had fifteen yrs of meds four nerve block injections my two discs prolapse herniated went through my thecal sac was leaking spinal fluid discs calcified and petrified first time I'm buttock and leg pain free cross fingers I meant discectomy lol I feel for anyone with this pain
Zach Harris: When I was 10 I hade to get a tumor removed from in-between my l4 and l5 also in that surgery I had to get the fusion with the l4 and s1
Tony Rodgers: hopefully I am getting mine done .I got rushed in had 2 bottle of gas and air 2injection of marvine and blood pressure was 130 over 180 the pain was out of this world
Shabbir Awan: also in your backbone and sometimes it also compresses the nerve root and give similar symptoms , but by giving rocephin it works to cure the infection caused by Cyst and infections in joints and nerve roots are swollen ,,,, i just wanted to know that is this answer by doctor is correct pleease any one help me
Shabbir Awan: Hi To all , I have herniated disk L5 ,S1 issue I had a very very bad pain of Sciatica before 10 days....I was given , Diclofenac Sodium, ibuprofen , , injections & tablets that didnt work , after many days usage of high dosage of pain killers , i decided to change the doctor , I explained the new doctor all above , he gave me an injection of Rocephin i got improvement i was surpised that its a antibiotic how does it effects on herniated disk issue? so he explained to me that there is a cyst
Misbah Ahmed: Has anyone tried disc compression therapy
Rajiv Singh: l4l5s1 dic bulge right leg left leg pain
Ben Davis: Yeah I know what you mean! I feel older and more frail than the Pope!
Ben Davis: Hi, my surgeon suggested a double level fusion at L4/L5 to stabilise the area but success rates for that op weren't great and it's a very expensive op to have... I doubt the NHS would be willing to fund it. It's also got a very long recovery time.
Ben Davis: Hi, my back felt fixed for about 6 wks until I tweaked it during physio. Still have a lot of back pain now... seems to be flared up more often than not. With regard to meds I find Diclofenac is pretty effective at calming it down but no sooner do I stop taking it, it flares up again. Tried Codeine but that gave me horrendous pain in the liver area! Apparently not meant to take Codeine if you've had your gallbladder removed!
lee eardley: im going through this at the minute , i have got the bulge on l4-l5 disc, first did it 14 years ago and been having problems with back since dec last year, now straight to the doctors when i developed and having my mri 9th January , have been told that i am having an operation with in the next 2 weeks......Im abit nervous about the op and if there is going to be any after problems....
Tywin Lannister: It's basically a result of me having terrible posture from working very long hours at computers and the dominating factor of bad heredity. My dad has the same problem, just much worse, and my grandfather is actually missing two discs in his back with pretty jacked up sciatic problems...so ya, that probably had something to do with it. I've seen the MRI, but honestly I can't make much of it other than the bulge and the displacement. Thanks for responding, appreciate the advice on the issue.
welmond: dude, i have the same issue as well. how did you injure your disc? did you get to see your mri? i'm curious what it looks like as i'm trying to make sense out of mines.
if possible you might want to avoid the meds or take a look of the side effects. i was given pain meds and it did a great deal of damage to my body.
With enough time, the body will absorb the herniation which is basically causing your pain... assuming the herniation doesn't ravel down the spinal canal
TheEmpowered787: I would love to figure out how to read these things. Perhaps in the future we'll have 3D MRIs
Tywin Lannister: I hear ya dude, im 27 years old with L4 & L5 (severe) degeneration, acute sciatica and herniation of the disc as well. I can't get pain meds for anything, even though I have a legitimately jacked up back, all the freaking junkies have to go drug seeking and freak everything up for those that actually need them.
They put me on dilaudid recently, and that works well, but I WILL NOT bank on ever getting a script of it again, not with the way Dr's are nowadays.
tub guy: for the last 2 months
tub guy: .i had the lamenectomy/discectomy 10 yrs ago...now i must have reinjured this somewhere down the line(again)..no one knows(not even professional Drs). of the excruciating,lightning bolt,type of pain that will keep you from daily life...until you get an mri ..i just got another mri today..i did notice the bulging discs in a couple areas.and until someone reads it, i cant get nothing stronger than iboprofan...I would like to thank all the junky bastards who ruined my quality of life
Decadawn: Hey, I'm 35 too ;) My MRI is almost identical as this one... but never had any surgery.. been in pain for 9months now.. It's pretty good at the moment but it's still there, my sciatica symptoms are still there in the morning though.. Do you think I should get surgery or it's healing on it's own already? When it's not the leg that's hurting, it's my left buttock muscles.. (piriformis).. Thanks !