IS having Spondylolisthesis a life time issue?
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MntnLove
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   Posted 8/3/2014 1:15 PM (GMT -6)   
Long story short, I hurt my back working (doing house keeping) and I have been seeing lots of diff DRs for my S1 & L5.
I did my MRI a wile ago, and also did x-rays. Doc said I have Spondylolisthesis. This is a condition in which a bone (VERTEBRE) in the spine slips out of the proper position onto the bone below it. My days what I call good days, my pain is 5-6. Depending on the day, depending on my pain. My legs, espmy left leg is numb and has lost the strength it use to have, but I still have good strength most of the time (depending on the day). On Aug 8th I have to go back to the other Doc to get what is called LUMBA EPIDURAL. They also want to try and get me set up for AcuPuncher, to get feeling back in my leg/s. This has been a a visit of seeing Docs every 1-2 weeks for about 3 months now. Soon I see my Doc today ad I want to talk to my Doc abut why my neck is now spasming "twitching".....I feel it in my spine starting in the middle of my back all the way up my neck. I am a young healthy lady in my late 20's, but this just doesn't seem right for these spasms..and I wanted to get other advise from others, so I can hear things from more than just my DR's. I am actually very scared about this.

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JaSanne
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   Posted 8/31/2014 9:44 AM (GMT -6)   
I'm sorry for your medical problems. I think you posted this in the wrong forum.
55 yr. old--CD over 43 yr. Hemi-colectomy '01; spinal cord injury '01; fistulae since '97; enteropathic arthritis, chronic pain, muscle spasms, scoliosis, rotator cuff injuries

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