I just got out of the hospital after 4 days.
Mild/moderate canal narrowing C3-C-4 and moderate bilateral neural foramina narrowing as well as mild left lateral recess narrowing C3-C4. That is the ones I had surgery on in February 2010. Replaced 2 discs with plastic ones. Have a metal plate with screws.
Was bedridden for two years. After my own working at it I finally was able to be up again. Walk with a cane now.
Mild canal narrowing is demonstrated at level superior plate of C6.
Severe left C6-C7 neural foramina.
The auditory nerve is inflamed in my head.
I have pinched inflamed nerves running from my neck down into back, shoulder and shoulder blade.
My B12 is extremely low. 167. I had 3 shots while in the hospital.
I go next week for another B-12 shot.
My nurse friend told me that loss of B12 can cause the nerve inflammation.
It would have blown the doctor's minds if I had told them about my sciatica nerve and hips.
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