hi im new to the site i will give u a quick run down of my probs, well basically it started 4 yrs ago bad back pain and have seen specialists had scans etc was told i had an old healed wedge fracture, arthritis in the lumber region and an s shaped scoliosis i dont know how it come about im 30 yrs old with 3 kids. im in constant pain all over now everything hurts and no one seems to want to help me ive tried different meds accupuncture, facet joint injection,tens etc. but recently in the last 12 mths i had my right side go numb and visual probs with headace. it was put down to migraine which i never had before. now i get them very often and have normal headaches nearly everyday. but what im concerned about is the tingling and numbness i get constantly all over mainly in my face and occasionally a burning feeling and creeping in my legs, some days i struggle to walk and feel generally terrible most days. forgot to say i dont get hardly any sleep cos the pain is agony in the early hrs and morning. meds i on at moment are pregabalin 75mg at night and bedranol for the headaches. just wondered if the headaches are connected to the back pain and does that mean my back prob has got worse over the 4 yrs? the mri scan was done about 3 yrs ago. advice would be mostly appreciated.
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