Looks like you may have some nerve involvment going on. Ouch. Lordosis is the actual curve of the spine which normally curves in towards the throat. Mild means you are having a little straightening going on. Your curve is a little straight. Hope this makes sense.
It will be interesting to see what your dr thinks of the rest of the report. No wonder you are having pain. Have a good weekend and lets hope for some cooler Tx weather. We had a little rain!!
That is the problem I am having! I had a C6/7 disc fusion way back in 85, ( anterior approach) (went through the front!) and now C5/6 is really bulging, but my main problem is that c6/7 disc fusion, it has grown and the bone is impinging on on the nerve roots. I have been getting severe pain in my left elbow running down into my left hand affecting the last three fingers! It is making it hard to use my left hand and grip any thing, and the forearm hurts so bad, kind of like hitting your crazy bone, but it is all the time! And it also causes pain from the front left side of my neck up into the back left side of my head and causes me to gag and have laryngeal spasms. I have been getting epidural steriod injections they help but don't last long enough my pain doc is send me to the neurosurgeon just to see if she can do anything to help fix it! My left arm is the real killer, and the laryngeal spasms, as when I have them I get electric shocks and needle stick across my front from shoulder to shoulder, and it stings like the dickens and it is really difficult to stop the gagging spasms! The increase in my Oxycontin from every 12 hours to every 8 has helped with the pain and increase in my percocet for the break through! But it doesn't stop the spasms and the use of the hand!
Anyway Chart I do know what your going through! I hope somebody can help you! Good Luck to You!........... You have bad knees too? I have had surgery on both of mine! But they have beeen doing pretty well the last few years as long as I don't overly abuse them!
Thank-You!! I know exactly what you mean, and you are not rambling! I feel the same way!