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MRI Results *Please Help*

I have had serious neck/back problems for the past two years. The first MRI revealed a bulging disc c5/c6. I was treated with trigger point injections (relief for 3 months), Facet Joint injections with RF procedure (relief 6 months). For the past month i have been in so much pain lower neck,upper back,shoulder and pain radiating down my left arm. I had another MRI taken today, but don't have a doctors appointment until Monday August 16th. Anyone on the forum that is able to read MRI results if i was to email you some images? If so please help. Thank you.

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Need help on MRI Result

Hi there! The report describes mild degenerative changes at multiple levels. Other than that, there are no significant changes seen. Hope this information is helpful. Take care!
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MRI Results *Please Help*

If it's going down into your arm and hand, it probably gotten worse. Just post the written report.
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i really need help understanding my mri

dear angela forget all that **** it is nothing all of us have these finding in our necks the significant issue is the symptoms is it disturbing to the degree of not being able to tolerate? is it necessary to go to analgesics? is it affecting your life adversely? if we do MRI as a screen for all people,i personally think it will turn out to be: hundred percent of people have some sorts of discs so calm down i have 3-levels cervical discs one of them was bad to the degree it caused spinal cord ischemia below it for which i was obliged to go to surgey (C3-C4). iam still in pain tolerating though considered mild to severe but i hate analgesics due to there side effects hope these words help you
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PLEASE need help understanding MRI results !?!

Hi there! Aside a previous laminectomy, the MRI describes a disc prolapsed at L4/L5 (lower back). This along with associated degenerative changes and a congenital abnormality has caused narrowing or the spinal canal and would probably need a surgical repair. Hope this helps. Take care!
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MRI results please help!

  Hi...well from what I am understanding u have DDD-degenerative disk disease..which is not a disease but more just a name of a natural aging process, but those with chiari tend to have the onset a tad earlier than most. U have a bulging disk as well in the thoracic spine....and I think I saw it in the lumbar as well....   As for the chiari not being mentioned, it may have been in the RX for the radiologist to look for nething in addition to the, the chiari is a this the same facility that did that study?     "selma"
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Can't understand MRI results...

"unremarkable" means nothing can be seen worth remariking about. spondylolisthesis is not that uncommon and basically means a vertebrae is not in perfect alignment with the other vertebrae-- ie it has slipped a little bit. Steve Nash from the Phoenix Suns has this. The rest of the report reads mild to moderate findings-- which to me should not be causing symptoms. there is no mention of distinct pinching of a nerve or compression of the spinal cord. what are his symptoms??? how old is he?? is he overweight??  what does he do for a living??? did he have an injury or accident???
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Mri translation please?

Your MRI isn't bad at all. How old are you? No, I'm not being nosy. As we get older, we all show degenerative changes in our spine. The cervical lordosis is the natural curve in your neck. That also changes with age. Your discs show that they are drying out. All of these changes are just a natural progression of aging, and show no major injury from your car crash. You are lucky.
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MRI findings, need help please!

Your doctor did not explain this to you?  I can give me best shot - I'm not an expert but have widespread spinal deterioration and everything you listed above.  You have a bulging/herniated disc at L5/S1 - your lowest lumbar/top sacral vertebae  Good thing our spinal cords do not extend that far down so no danger of spinal cord damage there.  Pinched nerve there also.   Seems like a small tear at the thorasic 1/2 level.   You might be feeling pain, but doesn't look like anything alarming.  Hope I;m right!
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