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Posted in: Back pain, and Neck pain.

What does this MRI Reading of Cervical Spine mean.......(Is this bad?)

Started by Please_Help950 on 03/02/2013 1:00am

Hello, I just recently had an MRI done of my cervical spine. My doctor told me my spine was 100% okay and I had nothing wrong with it, but it sounds to me like the MRI reading is saying different. I've been having really bad pain, plus other symptoms (Will specify if needed), and it seems to be getting a lot worse. I was wondering what I should do. Please help me. Thank you so much, I greatly appreciate it!

Neck MRI Impression:

1.) Mild Reversal of normal cervical lordotic curvature.

2.) Multilevel disc bulges in the cervical spine from c2-c3 through c6-c7 levels

3.) New small central disc tear with tiny focal disc herniation with mild indentation of the thecal sac. Stable mild left neural foraminal narrowing at c5-c6 level.

4.) C6-c7 Stable mild left neural foraminal narrowing.

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Please help. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. All of my doctors act like nothing is wrong even though I'm in really bad pain. Please help......Thank you!

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i would definitely see another doctor !!!...good luck & God bless

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