or can explain something my Dr. told me. My last visit, according to my symptoms, the Dr. ordered an updated MRI on my lower and middle back, and neck. I haven't had it done yet, but he said the nerve damage in my back had worsened and the nerves were not able to tell each other what to do. He was behind schedule and didn't really explain that to me. he just ordered new MRI's of everything. I'm just curious if anyone could possibly give me a little more detail in what he meant. He said I needed to see either a Neurologist, or Urologist. He was in in such a hurry I couldn't understand which one he really said. Anyway, the question mainly pertains to what the nerve damage comment meant. Thank you so much for your advice, opinion's and help. Have a blessed day. Ruth
Help. Has anyone else had severe nerve damage and know?
- 1 Jul 2013 by Anonymous
- 2 Jul 2013
- migraine, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, neuralgia, chronic pain
Added 1 Jul 2013:
P.S. It's great to be back. I got a lot of help, and I've got myself emotionally stable and back to a better place. I have missed everyone greatly. Your wonderful people. Ruth
He meant nerve damage. I have this, my foot feels like it is asleep all the time. He wants to send you to a neurologist, who can maybe help you. The bad news is nerve damage does not heal easily and can sometime be permanent depending on how long you let it go. I wouldn't put it off to long.
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