I just found out the results to my MRI and this time had it done with the dye contrast via IV method,,,so anyway,,,I have a proclusion at T5 6 and athritis on both sides of my lower lumbar facet joints...so my Dr is forwarding them to my old surgeon who did my sacral ileac joint fusion back in 98..I trust him...He mentored in San Francisco under Joe Montana's surgeon...so,,I'm a bit shaken,,,Dr seemed a little confused why I am having so much trouble walking and pain down legs though,,,but it's all weak because I haven't been able to exercise due to the pain...back on Oxycontin,,,usually use my Tens unit and a moist heating pad at times...sleep alot during the day or whenever I have to...disabled anyway and looking like another "freaking" surgery...getting evaluated for a power wheelchair on Tuesday also so..if anyone has ever dealt with this I mostly need to know about the legs...they sure seem related to the disc problem..thanks,,,lil over in Calming Waters
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